Month: April 2012

Booklist Webinar—Curriculum Connection: Bridging Reference and Students

Upper elementary through high school students depend on their school and public libraries for quality resources and support. How can you assist them? Join us for a free, hour-long webinar where representatives from Britannica and World Book will showcase their study guides, interactive lessons, and material suited to state standards. Booklist Reference and Collection Management editor …

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Summer Reading – Using Books & Authors for Readers Advisory

This special series of webinars are designed to help you incorporate Gale electronic resources into your summer reading program. The resources and activities we’ll cover will make reading (and research) fun and engaging, while encouraging appreciation and use of your library and its resources. In this session we will discuss how to match readers with …

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Booklist Webinar—Putting Nonfiction to Work: Helping Youth Nonfiction Circulate in Your Library

Is nonfiction at work in your library? Join three children’s nonfiction publishers—The Creative Company, Amicus Publishing, and Black Rabbit Books—who will offer “best practices” advice from librarians nationwide, while also introducing upcoming fall books. Share your own success stories during the presentation for a chance to win one of three gift baskets of books. Moderated …

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20 Questions: U.S. Government Information (SEFLIN)

In this two-hour online class, students will explore 20 U.S. government web pages that can answer frequently asked reference questions. The U.S. government provides its citizens with a wealth of information online, from simple facts to in-depth, detailed statistical information on a variety of topics. In this two-hour live online class, students will explore 20 …

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