Country coordinators can start now uploading their selection of titles for the 3rd edition of the World Through Picture Books catalogue
“Using Retro Technologies in a Children’s Library”: Latest addition to the SC Best Practices YouTube channel9 June 2021
At the Russian State Library for Young Adults (RSLYA), we hold interactive meetings together with children, actively using retro technologies.
The IFLA Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section held it’s 2021 Midyear Meeting online on March 19th via Zoom. Since the registrations were booked very fast we decided to stream the Midyear Meeting – for the first time in the history of the Section!
Five presentations covering the worldwide challenges to libraries for children and young adults and their dealings during the Covid-19 pandemic will form the center piece of the Section's annual Midyear Meeting 2021. The presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session with the speakers.
In conjunction with Safer Internet Day, February 9, 2021, IFLA's Section on Children & Young Adults' Safer Internet Day Working Group has created a survey. The survey had a good response until March 9 with nearly 400 answers - we decided to leave it open until April 1 to increase the number of information from around the world.
With the lines that follow we would like to memorialize Viviana Quiñones, our dear and outstanding colleague in the IFLA section 'Libraries for Children and Young Adults'. After more than two years of illness, she died on 16 December 2020.
Our April 2020 Newsletter brings best practices and interesting reports on library services to children and young adults in times of Corona pandemic from around the world to you.
Newsletter on "Digital Opportunities and Challenges for Libraries for Children and Young Adults" is online4 August 2019
We are deeply grateful for the contribution of the international library community on the work with the guidelines.
Together the Sections "Library Services to People with Special Needs" and "Libraries for Children and Young Adults" organized a satellite meeting on “Inclusive Library Services for Children and Young Adults”.
The IFLA Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section invites proposals for online articles to be included in the December 2018 Newsletter with the special theme: Young adults at the library.
In cooperation with AIB Toscana, AIB Commissione Biblioteche e Servizi per ragazzi, Biblioteche Comunali Fiorentine, DILL International Master Digital Library Learning (Università di Parma), IFLA Standing Committee Libraries for Children and Young Adults: "Let your voice be heard: an invitation to an Italian discussion about the new IFLA guidelines for libraries for children and young adults."
Call for Proposals for "Catalysts for environmental and social sustainability" - Open Session in Kuala Lumpur10 January 2018
DEADLINE EXTENDED: The IFLA Environment, Sustainability and Libraries Special Interest Group joined with Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section, invite interested professionals to submit proposals for the open session to be held during IFLA WLIC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 24-30 August 2018.
Library Services to People with Special Needs Section joint with the Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section invite interested individuals and groups to submit presentation proposals for a Satellite Meeting to be held Thursday, 23 August, 2018 at National Library Building, Singapore.
The IFLA Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section invites proposals for online articles to be included in the Winter 2018 Newsletter with the special theme: Libraries supporting curriculum.
Theme: Literacy Matters: It takes a community to raise a reader – building a nation of readers and creating a reading culture