IFLA 2016 World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, Ohio 13.-19.8.2016

Morgen startet der WLIC in Columbus, Ohio. Viele spannende Themen werden dort diskutiert und neue Ideen und Inspirationen vorgestellt. Das Programm steht unter http://2016.ifla.org/conference-programme bereit. Viele Themen aus den Bereichen Leseförderung und Vermittlung von Informationskomepetenz sind auch für die Kooperation von Bibliothek und Schule interessant.
Bei vielen Vorträgen stehen die Informationen bereits im Vorfeld als „Paper in English“ zur Verfügung.
Es gibt auch einige Programmpunkte, die speziell für Schulbibliotheken interessant sind:

Sonntag 14.08.2016, 13:45 – 15:45C112-115
Session 080 Academic, metropolitan and school libraries: cooperation and sharing – Metropolitan Libraries with Academic and Research Libraries and School Libraries
Chairs: Corrado Di Tillio, Italy

  1. We Want Them All! Bremen Public Library Reaching out for new users in schools and University
    Barbara Lison, Stadtbibliothek Bremen, Germany
  2. UQL Cyberschool – collaborating with schools to connect their students with university library services and resources: a case study
    Diane Nibbs, UQL Cyberschool, The University of Queensland Library, Australia
    Nicole Slinger, UQL Cyberschool, The University of Queensland Library, Australia
    Heather Todd, The University of Queensland, Australia
    Paper in English
  3. Bringing Science to the Children: Cooperation between Academic and Public Libraries
    Tracey A. Overbey, The Ohio State University – University Libraries, United States
    Daniel S. Dotson, The Ohio State University – University Libraries, United States
    Molly Meyers-LaBadie, Worthington Libraries, United States
    Paper in English
  4. Sisterhood Library Project: the Collaboration among Rangsit University Library with School Libraries and Community in Pathumthani Province, Thailand
    Malivan Praditteera, Rangsit University Library, Thailand
    Paper in English
  5. Cooperation and best practice sharing between academic and school library systems. The case of Carol I“ Central University Library Bucharest“
    Mireille Rădoi, „Carol I“ Central University Library, Romania
  6. All for one, and one for all: Zagreb City Libraires connect librarians
    Alka Stropnik, Zagreb City Libraries, Croatia
    Paper in English

Dienstag, 16.08.2016, 13:45 – 15:45Hall E
Session 144 IFLA Standards making a difference? – Committee on Standards (SI)
Chairs: Jan Richards, Central West Libraries, Australia

  1. Developing International School Library Guidelines to Make a Difference: A Case Study
    Barbara Schultz-Jones, University of North Texas, United States
    Paper in English
  2. A Pilot Survey on the Applicability of the ILFA School Library Guidelines in South China: Eight School Libraries Cases in Guangdong Province
    Jing Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), China
    Lin Lin, Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), China
    Ying Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), China
    Paper in English

Mittwoch, 17.08.2016, 09:30 – 12:45 Union Station Ballrooms A/B/C
Session 165 Literacy Matters!: Strategies, Awards and Campaigns for Supporting Development Through Literacy and Reading – Literacy and Reading with Libraries for Children and Young Adults, Public Libraries and School Libraries (SI)
Chairs: Annie Everall, Authors Aloud UK, United Kingdom, Barbara Combes, Australia

  1. The Library of Congress Literacy Awards, 2013-2017: Finalists and Best Practices
    Lesley Farmer, California State University, United States
    John Cole, Library of Congress Center for the Book, United States
    Paper in English
  2. Literacy Matters: Strategies and best practice initiatives for supporting development through literacy and reading in the Netherlands
    Adriaan Langendonk, Dutch Reading Foundation, Netherlands
    Ingrid Bon, Rijnbrink, Netherlands
    Paper in English
  3. Panel: The IFLA Literacy statement and the UN SDG’s
    Stuart Hamilton, IFLA Deputy Secretary General / Director, Policy & Advocacy
    Annie Everall, Authors Aloud UK, United Kingdom
    Ingrid Bon, Rijnbrink, Netherlands
    Marion Morgan-Bindon, Goldcoast Public Libraries, Australia
  4. Research into the impact of reading for pleasure and empowerment and the importance of research to validate Literacy & Reading
    Lesley Farmer, California State University, United States
  5. Literacy and Reading – Best Practices in Malmö, Sweden
    Linda Willander, Malmö Public Library, Sweden
    Paper in English
  6. The value of the crowd: individual initiatives in social media as a starting point of organizational reading promotions – Examples for children and young adults‘
    Ulla Pötsönen, Joensuu Regional Library, Finland
    Paper in English
  7. Smart Ideas and Common Strategies – A Norwegian Perspective on Public Libraries and Literacy
    Leikny Indergaard, Bergen Public Library, Norway
  8. Forest of Reading: A Book Club to Improve Literacy
    Joanne Plante, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Canada

Donnerstag, 18.08.2016, 08:30 – 10:30C112-115
Session 202 Inclusionary practices to support school libraries – School Libraries
Chairs: Lesley Farmer, California State University, United States

  1. Impact of Domestic Information Management for Students‘ Achievement Level
    Ranaweeragei Ranaweera, National Institute of Library and Information Sciences, Sri Lanka
  2. Building Connections, Collaboration and Community for Differently- and Typically-Able Students in a Middle School Library in the United States
    Karen Gavigan, University of South Carolina, United States
    Clayton A. Copeland, University of South Carolina, United States
    Paper in English
  3. School Library Advocacy Success- Perceptions in Context
    Elizabeth Burns, Old Dominion University, United States
    Paper in English
  4. The Role of Community Stakeholders and Ministry of Education in the Effective Implementation of School Library Guidelines (SLGs) In Nigerian Schools
    Justina Ekere, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria
    Emmanuel U. Anyanwu, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria
    Gertrude C. Umunnakwe, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
    Oyemike Victor Benson, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria
    Paper in English
  5. Inclusion for French low cultural background students: programs and activities in CDIs
    Valérie Glass, APDEN – Association des professeurs documentalistes de l’Éducation nationale, France
    Magali Bon, APDEN – Association des professeurs documentalistes de l’Éducation nationale, France
    Florian Reynaud, APDEN – Association des professeurs documentalistes de l’Éducation nationale, France
    Paper in English
  6. All Together We Can Read: A Story of Inclusive School Libraries in Portugal
    Isabel Mendinhos, School Library Network, Portugal
    António Nogueira, School Library Network, Portugal
    Paper in English

Über monkat

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