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Call for papers WLIC Lyon 2014, Section Children and Young Adults and Section Literacy and Reading

Libraries creating content for/with children and young adults Libraries have always created content, writing reviews, organising writing clubs or collecting oral tradition for instance, and editing and publishing it in different ways, confidential or not. But content development has greatly increased in the last decade, thanks to the much larger inclusion of readers in library life and of course, thanks to technology. It makes collecting, recording, creating, publishing and accessing so much easier and more possible to most, not only to librarians but to young readers and their families. How is this content creation happening? What kind of content is being created, how, who by, with what goals? How are these actions helping children and/or young adults and their families engage with reading? How is local content being published and preserved? How is it being received all over the world? Read More

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  • 19 December 2013
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EIFL Call for proposals

EIFL’s Public Library Innovation Programme has launched a new call for proposals – for library projects serving the needs of children and youth.  This exciting opportunity is open to public and community libraries in developing and transition economy countries. To apply, libraries must identify a local need… Read More

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  • 06 December 2013
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Call for papers for conference ”Reading on spaces of childhood in Russia and in the world”. November 14-15, 2013, Moscow, Russia

The Scientific Council on Reading of the Department of Education and Culture of the Russian Academy of Education, Research Center for the History of Book Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences, K.D. Ushinsky State Scientific Pedagogical Library, Russian State Children’s Library, Russian Library Association, Russian Reading Association invites… Read More

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  • 10 September 2013

The World Through Picture Books

The aim of The World Through Picture Books programme is to create an annotated list of picture books from around the world, recommended by librarians. The programme is led by IFLA Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section. The programme was launched in 2011 and the first edition of favourite books… Read More

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  • 23 July 2012

Best Practices for Children’s Library Services

Croatia – The Medvescak Public Library, Zagreb Japan – Children's Services, Yokohama City Libraries Japan – Fukuoka Prefectural Public Library Korea, Republic of – Korean National Library for Children and Young Adults Korea, Republic of – The Ulsan Jung bu,… Read More

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  • 27 May 2009