Monday, March 9, 2020 | 10:30 am – 3:00 pm
Berkeley Central Public Library
2090 Kittredge St- 3rd floor community meeting room
Registration is open!
Register by March 2nd, 2020
For more information on this workshop and to register, please visit:
Summer @ Your Library is Meant to Reach and Engage Everyone Workshop
Funds are available to support participant travel to and from the workshop.
Backfill funds are available to cover desk hours during the time that library staff are attending the workshop.
CLA’s Summer @ Your Library workshop, Summer @ Your Library Is Designed to Reach and Engage Everyone, will bring library staff together for discussions and presentations around summer programming, outreach strategies, and best practices. The workshop will introduce and focus on Summer @ Your Library’s Quality Principle #4: Summer @ Your Library Is Designed to Reach and Engage Everyone. The workshop will cover:
- How to create a summer at your library that offers something for all ages and the many demographic groups in your community.
- How to design programs that are responsive to the cultures, languages, abilities, and other diversities in your communities.
- How to reach people who have not previously taken part in your library’s summer programs.
Join us for a workshop that will help you plan, assess, and improve your summer reading and learning programs in order to reach and engage a broader, more diverse group of library users. You will hear from colleagues that are already implementing these principles, and you’ll develop strategies for implementing and achieving these principles in your own libraries.
Summer at Your Library Quality Principles and Indicators can be found at: https://calchallenge.org/resources/quality/californias-quality-principles-and-indicators/
We hope you can join us and ensure that summer 2020 connects many new faces to your library’s summer programs!
This workshop, Summer @ Your Library is Designed to Reach and Engage Everyone, was offered as a CLA preconference in Pasadena, CA on October 24th, 2019. Though presenters may differ, the workshop content will be identical.
Spaces will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis while balancing the commitment to make space for as many library jurisdictions as possible. Registration will be open until Monday, March 2, 2020 or until the workshop is full.
Register for the workshop at the link below:
Funds are available to reimburse participant travel costs within LSTA guidelines. Please complete the registration form and provide information about your travel costs.
Backfill funds are available to cover desk hours during the hours that library staff are attending this workshop.
Please don’t hesitate to be in touch with any questions. For more workshop questions and information please contact:
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