On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 5 p.m. CDT, join us for an ALSC Student Session. City Librarian, Country Librarian: Successful Practices in Children’s Librarianship in Urban and Rural Settings is hosted by Amy Sears, Head of Youth Services at the Teaneck (N.J.) Public Library and Angie Manfredi, Head of Youth Services, Los Alamos County Library System in Los Alamos, NM.
Whether you’re working in a large library system in the heart of a city or holding down the desk at a single person library providing the best children’s services to your patron base is still within your reach. Join two ALSC members with experience in both settings for this student session. We’ll discuss success strategies for children’s services across populations using examples from our real-world experience and answer your questions about working in these environments.
ALSC Student Sessions are online workshops that last about an hour and are led by ALSC members from across the country. These sessions are run through Adobe Connect. Participants only need a computer with Internet access and speakers. Take advantage of this opportunity to network with other students and ALSC members without leaving the comfort of your home.
Hosted by the ALSC Membership Committee, these student sessions are open to all students, ALSC members and non-members. They are being offered free of charge.
Want to receive updates about ALSC events for students and early career professionals? Register for ALSC Student Membership Updates.