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Programming with the Charter for Compassion

This webinar presented an overview of the Charter for Compassion, resources, and activities associated with this initiative that can be used in Building Common Ground efforts, including familiarizing librarians with the Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life Reading Group initiative and model for action. Reading Group guide author Roselle Kovitz; Charter for Compassion Project Manager Pam Kilborn-Miller; and Rev. Guo Cheen, Seattle discussion group facilitator will present.

Successful We the People Bookshelf Library Programs

Join NEH, the ALA Public Programs Office and fellow Bookshelf grantees for an online learning session that will get you started in putting together fantastic public programming featuring the We the People Bookshelf on “A More Perfect Union.” Librarians serving K–8 and high school audiences will give a sneak preview of their programs plans, and representatives from NEH’s EDSITEment will present some of the valuable lesson and program planning resources available for several of the Bookshelf titles.

Visual Thinking Strategies: An Introduction

Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) is a structured, widely respected, research-based method of looking at art that enables participants to develop esthetic and language literacy and critical thinking skills. It provides a simple yet powerful technique that librarians can utilize not just in conducting Picturing America discussion programs, but throughout their careers. Join Oren Slozberg, Executive Director of Visual Thinking Strategies, for an introductory overview of VTS using Picturing America images as a basis for discussion.

Every Child Ready to Read @ your library

Every Child Ready to Read @ your library is a parent education initiative. It stresses that early literacy begins with the primary adults in a child’s life. The 2nd edition of Every Child Ready to Read @ your library Kit, released in 2011, builds on the 1st edition, introduced in 2004. The 2nd edition incorporates recommendations that evolved out of an in-depth evaluation of the original initiative and an extensive literature review.


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