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ALA Committee on Literacy

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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Games and Gaming

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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2009 ALA Annual Conference [Event]

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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ALA Literacy Assembly

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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Literacy for All

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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Libraries, Literacy & Gaming ALA/Verizon Grant Recipients [Community]

Event Literacy for ALL: Libraries, Literacy, and Advocacy

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:32 pm

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit.

In April 2009, ALA’s Committee on Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy webcast the first national library literacy summit. The Summit examined the role that libraries of all kinds have in delivering literacy services across the lifespan and issued a call to action. View the archived webcast at:  http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/webcasts/literacyforall09/webcast0407.html

 

During this follow-up session, speakers will respond to questions raised during the webcast and address literacy services to adult English language learners and juvenile offenders and collection development across the lifespan. 

McCormick Place South, 105 a-d

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ALA Committee on Literacy

Event The ABCs of Library Literacy: How Chicago Public Schools are Improving Literacy through School Libraries

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

·        increasing Access through extended library hours and integrating new print and technology resources;

·        providing Best practice professional development; and

·        fostering Collaboration among school library media specialists, school-based literacy experts, technology coordinators and classroom teachers. 

Parent and public library participation are included, along with assessment measures.

 

We will visit the library at Claremont Academy, located on Chicago's southside. Paul Whitsitt, Director of Libraries and Information services, at Chicago Public Schools and representatives from the US Deparment of Education will also be joining us.

This special off-site session is limited to 50 participants. Transportation will be available from McCormick Place. To register contact Dale Lipschultz, ALA/OLOS Literacy Officer, at dlipschultz@ala.org by July 1, 2009.  

http://www.claremont.cps.k12.il.us/

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Games and Gaming

Event The ABCs of Library Literacy: How Chicago Public Schools are Improving Literacy through School Libraries

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

·        increasing Access through extended library hours and integrating new print and technology resources;

·        providing Best practice professional development; and

·        fostering Collaboration among school library media specialists, school-based literacy experts, technology coordinators and classroom teachers. 

Parent and public library participation are included, along with assessment measures.

 

We will visit the library at Claremont Academy, located on Chicago's southside. Paul Whitsitt, Director of Libraries and Information services, at Chicago Public Schools and representatives from the US Deparment of Education will also be joining us.

This special off-site session is limited to 50 participants. Transportation will be available from McCormick Place. To register contact Dale Lipschultz, ALA/OLOS Literacy Officer, at dlipschultz@ala.org by July 1, 2009.  

http://www.claremont.cps.k12.il.us/

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2009 ALA Annual Conference [Event]

Event The ABCs of Library Literacy: How Chicago Public Schools are Improving Literacy through School Libraries

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

·        increasing Access through extended library hours and integrating new print and technology resources;

·        providing Best practice professional development; and

·        fostering Collaboration among school library media specialists, school-based literacy experts, technology coordinators and classroom teachers. 

Parent and public library participation are included, along with assessment measures.

 

We will visit the library at Claremont Academy, located on Chicago's southside. Paul Whitsitt, Director of Libraries and Information services, at Chicago Public Schools and representatives from the US Deparment of Education will also be joining us.

This special off-site session is limited to 50 participants. Transportation will be available from McCormick Place. To register contact Dale Lipschultz, ALA/OLOS Literacy Officer, at dlipschultz@ala.org by July 1, 2009.  

http://www.claremont.cps.k12.il.us/

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ALA Literacy Assembly

Event The ABCs of Library Literacy: How Chicago Public Schools are Improving Literacy through School Libraries

by Dale Lipschultz (staff) on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

Through a federal Improving Literacy through School Libraries grant, Chicago Public Schools is taking an A·B·Cs approach to addressing primary students’ literacy needs in 12 schools by:

·        increasing Access through extended library hours and integrating new print and technology resources;

·        providing Best practice professional development; and

·        fostering Collaboration among school library media specialists, school-based literacy experts, technology coordinators and classroom teachers. 

Parent and public library participation are included, along with assessment measures.

 

We will visit the library at Claremont Academy, located on Chicago's southside. Paul Whitsitt, Director of Libraries and Information services, at Chicago Public Schools and representatives from the US Deparment of Education will also be joining us.

This special off-site session is limited to 50 participants. Transportation will be available from McCormick Place. To register contact Dale Lipschultz, ALA/OLOS Literacy Officer, at dlipschultz@ala.org by July 1, 2009.  

http://www.claremont.cps.k12.il.us/

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