|Using Nonfiction in the Library, the Classroom, and At Home|
SPONSORED BY: Gale (part of Cengage Learning), Scholastic Library Publishing, ReferencePoint Press and School Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Wednesday, February 26th, 2014, 3:00PM - 4:00 PM ET
Compelling nonfiction can have a profound impact on young readers, from helping develop personal interests to supporting academic research needs. Find out about new and upcoming nonfiction titles from Gale (part of Cengage Learning), Scholastic, and ReferencePoint Press, for beginning readers and elementary children up through high school students, all with strong applications for both school and public libraries.
This free webcast, co-moderated by a school librarian and public library children’s librarian, will include ideas for connecting many of these new titles to Common Core Standards and educational curriculums as well as public library programming. From persuasive writing connections and debate topics to programs about sports science and designing tattoos, new nonfiction titles have plenty to offer to librarians serving youth.
Judy Galens - Content Developer, Gale (part ot Cengage Learning)
Jen Wilson - Director of Marketing, Scholastic Library Publishing
Chris Nasso - Director of Marketing, ReferencePoint Press
Cathy Potter - School Librarian, Falmouth (Maine) Elementary School
Amy Koester - Children's Librarian, St. Charles (Mo.) City-County Library District
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