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IFLA WLIC 2017: Call for papers

Theme: Literacy Matters: It takes a community to raise a reader – building a nation of readers and creating a reading culture

5 January 2017 | Libraries for Children and Young Adults, Call for Papers, Conference

Call for online articles: library spaces for children and young adults

Children and young adults department is often the colourful, cozy haven in the library. Libraries designed for children and YA awake imagination and welcome all visitors.

10 October 2016 | Libraries for Children and Young Adults, Children, Library as place, Success stories, Young adults, articles, library space, premises, design, planinng

Fresh issue of online Newsletter

Theme: libraries supporting mental, social and physical wellbeing

28 January 2016

Call for online Newsletter articles: Libraries supporting mental, social and physical wellbeing

The theme next Section's online Newsletter is Libraries supporting mental, social and physical wellbeing. Call for articles is now open!

2 December 2015

Satellite meeting before WLIC 2016: Child and Youth Reading in the Transition to a Digital Culture: Emerging Perspectives on the Role of Libraries

IFLA Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults, collaborating with the local Organizing Committee of Orradre Library, Santa Clara University and I-school, San José State University organizes a satellite meeting before IFLA WLIC 2016. The call for papers is now open. Read more and send your proposal!

1 December 2015

Statement: Social Media, Children and Young Adults @ the Library - Safety, Privacy and Online Behavior

IFLA Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults has published a statement on safe usage of social media for children and young adults. The document offers tips on protecting safety and privacy online as well as good online behavior.

29 October 2015 | Access to knowledge, Children, Young adults, Statement

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