In this episode, ISTE authors, educators and librarians, Julia Torres and Valerie Tagoe, join to discuss tips to help liven up your library programming. Ready to liven up your library programming? You’ll hear tips from their new book, titled Liven Up Your Library, connections to the ISTE Standards, and considerations for creating an inclusive library experience for students.
This week’s episode is: “Tips to Help Liven Up Your Library Programming with Julia Torres and Valerie Tagoe” and I’m excited to share this conversation with two ISTE authors. They have a new book out this month titled Liven Up Your Library and that’s the focus for our conversation today. You’ll hear tips from their new book, connections to the ISTE Standards, and considerations for creating an inclusive library experience for students.
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Library Programming Tips
- Consider the mission of your library before a new initiative.
- Review the ISTE Standards to identify connections to your mission.
- Incorporate your community into library programming conversations.
- Commit to an ongoing process of ensuring libraries are culturally responsive.
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