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Conference Session 222

Opening up to the world - IFLA participative programs for children's and young adults' libraries

Libraries for Children and Young Adults

21 August 2014 13:45 - 15:45 | Room: Auditorium Pasteur | FR-EN

  • Policy for the safe use of social media in libraries for children and young adults
    KIRSTEN BOELT (Aalborg Public Libraries, Aalborg, Denmark) and INGRID KALLSTROM (Länsbibliotek Sörmland, Eskilstuna, Sweden)
  • The World through Picture Books: presentation, update and how to participate
    ANNIE EVERALL (Authors Aloud UK, UK)
  • The World through Picture Books: Babar’s country, a land of picture books
    NATHALIE BEAU (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France)
  • The World through Picture Books: books from Germany, Norway and Lebanon
    MONIKA MERTENS (Public Library, Oberursel, Germany), JORUN SYSTAD (Public Library, Høyanger, Norway) and HASMIG CHAHINIAN (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France)
  • Sister Libraries for Children’s and Young Adults’ reading: presentation, update and evaluation
    ULLA POTSONEN (Finnish Library Association, Finland) and CAROLYNN RANKIN (Leeds Metropolitan University, UK)
  • Sister Libraries’ experiences: Moscow-Stockholm, Brasov-Šilutė, Oberursel-Clichy
    ANTON PURNIK (Russian State Library for Young Adults, Moscow, Russian Federation), RUXANDRA NAZARE (George Baritiu County Library, Brasov, Romania) and MONIKA MERTENS (Public Library, Oberursel, Germany)
  • IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People) current programs and how librarians can participate
    LIZ PAGE (International Board on Books for Young People, Basel, Switzerland)

Last update: 17 June 2014