Premiere Events: Library Programs That Inspire Elementary School Patrons / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Here is everything you need to plan, execute, and assess school library events. Aside from emphasizing the benefits of effective programs, the authors offer details on providing support services to enrich programming. Several examples of successful programs from across the nation provide the necessary inspiration to create your own imaginative and memorable events-events that motivate young students to fully take advantage of media center resources.
About the Author
PATRICIA POTTER WILSON is Associate Professor Emerita of School Library and Information Sciences at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Prior to her university position, she was a school teacher and library media specialist. An author of numerous articles and five books, she has also been recipient of several teaching and service awards.
ROGER LESLIE is an author, editor, teacher, and library media specialist with 15 years of experience in public education.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: How and Why Programs Really Work
Chapter 2: Initial Stages of Program Planning
Chapter 3: Final Stages of Program Planning
Chapter 4: How to Identify and Locate Resources
Chapter 5: How to Gather and Organize Resources
Chapter 6: Searching the Internet for Community Resources
Chapter 7: Extending, Evaluating, and Assessing
Chapter 8: Model Programs and Ideas That Really Work