October 10, 2018 – Summer @ Your Library Provides Opportunities for Learning (Quality Principle Two)

Led by Dr. Virginia Walter, this hands-on, participatory, workshop will guide you through implementing the Summer @ Your Library Quality Principle, Summer @ Your Library provides opportunities for learning, and help you develop strategies to engage people who have different learning styles and interests, keep learning objectives in mind, encourage self-directed learning and exploration, and involve community partners.

  • With workshop completion you’ll be eligible to receive programming supplies to support summer learning plans at your library!
  • The workshop is free.
  • Attendee travel costs are covered from all parts of California (within LSTA guidelines).  
  • Funds for backfill hours are available to support workshop attendance. (Backfill is the hours worked to cover desk hours x the fully loaded hourly rate of the person filling in on desk duties while your library staff person is off the desk attending this workshop.)
Featured Speakers:
Nina Lindsay, Acting Associate Director / Children’s Services Coordinator, Oakland Public Library
Carine Risley, Deputy Director of Library Services, San Mateo County Library
When and where:

Summer @ Your Library provides opportunities for learning (Quality Principle Two)
October 10th, 2018, Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Oakland Public Library (Central Library)
125 14th St, Oakland, CA 94612

 
REGISTER NOW! REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2018
REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z2WNXZW


Workshop attendees will:

  • Participate in group work exercises, focused around a case study, to help you develop a strategy and action plan for creating opportunities for learning with your summer programs.
  • Hear from a library that is using the Summer @ Your Library quality principles and indicators to plan, assess and improve their program.
  • Strategize on ways to gather information and solicit input from the community.
  • Strategize on creating community partnerships.
  • Develop an evaluation strategy.
  • Plan for presenting what you’ve learned to colleagues.
Wonderful speakers and professional connections to be made!  Hope you can join us!
 
For more information on the Summer @ Your Library Quality Principles and Indicators visit: https://calchallenge.org/resources/quality/ 


Questions?

Please contact Ashley Kagan at <akagan@cla-net.org>