ALSC Online Courses

Fall 2011 ALSC Online Course: Series Programming the Elementary School Age

ALSC Online EducationSeries Programming the Elementary School Age
Instructor: Lisa M. Shaia
September 26 – October 21

What better way to take advantage of the most popular children’s book series than by running series-specific program at the library! This online course from ALSC will bring the kids in flocks and droves to your library! Presented by Lisa M. Shaia, children’s librarian at the Oliver Wolcott Library in Litchfield, Conn., this four-week course is the definitive “how to hook kids” for libraries.

A few series covered: Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Magic Tree House, Spiderwick, American Girl, and that’s just the beginning! Mastering these series is a step towards leading popular and successful discussions, and firmly entrenching kids in your book clubs. Parents will thank you, kids will thank you, and the library will never be the same!


All this week, the ALSC Blog will be featuring one online course for Fall 2011. To sign up for an online course, check out the ALSC online education page: http://www.ala.org/alsced.

Questions? Contact Program Officer Jenny Najduch, jnajduch@ala.org or (800) 545-2433 ext 4026.

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