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Library Services for Children and Young Adults: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age
by:Carolynn Rankin, Avril Brock
Outlining a vision for children's and young adult library services in the next decade, this book carves out a strategy for engaging with the challenges and opportunities for children s and YA librarians and policymakers in the Google environment. Editors Rankin and Brock, alongside a host of internationally known practitioners and academics, offer a wide...
Outlining a vision for children's and young adult library services in the next decade, this book carves out a strategy for engaging with the challenges and opportunities for children s and YA librarians and policymakers in the Google environment. Editors Rankin and Brock, alongside a host of internationally known practitioners and academics, offer a wide perspective on all aspects of library services for 6 18 year olds. Designed to support the strategic planning and delivery of library services and programs at a local community level or in schools, this book uses a series of case studies, scenarios and vignettes, drawn from international sources, to root the discussion in a real-world context. Accessible, informative, and inspiring, it addresses such important topics asPolicy, people, and partnerships for effective children's and YA library servicesConnecting and engaging young audiences using technology toolsBuildings, design, and spaces for children and young adultsProfessional practice, including the importance of service evaluation and advocacy This book is essential reading for all senior library practitioners, children's librarians and school librarians, subject coordinators, and managers in schools promoting the new curricula and extended school services in both primary and secondary. It will also be of value for all postgraduate students in accredited library and information management courses.
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