Posted on 29 September 2009.
>Date: Thursday, October 1, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Place: Online www.slj.com/ConnectingWithNonfiction
We’ve all been hearing it—want boys to read? Give them nonfiction. Looking for success with reluctant readers? Try nonfiction. Looking for enrichment for gifted students? Nonfiction is a good bet. What are some ideas to help you incorporate nonfiction into your work with students and teachers? You’ll get the answers you need on how to make these connections with your teachers and students in the Connecting with Nonfiction webcast. We’ll be giving you the scoop on some of this year’s hottest nonfiction titles. Titles you will be sure to want to have on hand. Join our panel of experienced professionals for a look at the latest trends in children’s and teen nonfiction publishing and a discussion of best practices that can boost your confidence in this expanding area of patron and student interest. The webcast will also include a discussion of distinguished titles in several areas of nonfiction that every librarian will want to know about and have on hand.
Remember that webcasts are archived for 1 year ofter they are initially presented, so even if you can’t make it on October 1, registering will give you access to the webcast on-demand in the future. Sign up at www.slj.com/ConnectingWithNonfiction