Exploring Early Literacy in Public Libraries Webinar
Tuesday, February 2
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Exploring Early Literacy in Public Libraries
Join Lisa G. Kropp, First Steps columnist for School Library Journal, and member of the NYS Ready to Read training cohort, as she discusses ways libraries of all sizes can increase their early learning opportunities.
Did you know that 17% of children under the age of 6 in New York State are read to by a family member less than three days a week? Find out why your public library should make early learning the foundation of their long term plan when it comes to program and service sustainability.
understand how important early learning is for young children
learn ways public libraries can incorporate early literacy and learning into existing programs
learn how to incorporate early learning "elevator speeches" into readers' advisory services
leave the webinar with at least one new idea to try at their library
Registration for each is $25 for NYLA members and $35 for non-members. You must be logged in to receive membership pricing.
N.B.: Credit card is required for webinar registration. Checks and purchase orders not accepted.
Group viewing registration is available if you plan to share the webinar with a group. Hook up the LCD projector and share the program with a group of staff members! The group viewing rate is $75 for NYLA members and $98 for non-members.
Looking to register for multiple viewing locations? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for discounted pricing options.
Lisa G. Kropp, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, is the First Steps columnist for the School Library Journal and a member of the NYS Ready to Read training cohort.