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

1 December 2015

    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!

    Review on Section's Satellite meeting in Paris, 2014

    8 June 2015

      "15 to 20 year olds reading across the world: Why? Where? How?" Young people between 15 and 20 years old around the world live in very different geographic, social, economic, every-day life conditions. Some attend secondary school or university, some work, some both study and work and some do not study nor work. How can 15-20 year olds that do not read be led to reading? What roles can be played by physical and digital libraries, by schools and cultural institutions, by associations and work places? Read the personal review of the IFLA satellite conference Section held in Paris, France 2014.