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Summer Reading Programs

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Sarah Sogigian

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of Summer Reading Programs

Why: designed to "get kids to read"

How: read a book, write down the title (or how long you read), come to the library

What: at the end of summer, get a prize/certificate/attend a party

Summer Reading Programs
Summer LIBRARY Program
The program would:
here's the best part
You're already doing it
What if....
Here we go!
Summer at Your Library:
A new perspective

What's the problem?

The battle has been won: kids ARE reading.

Cater to established library users.

required the patron to work.
logging was one of many activities offered during summer
the goal was to create responsible community members
Summer was used to highlight all services
What would that program look like?
Create responsible community members
Allow participants to explore, create, and engage
Teach needed skills
Promote family engagement
Every time, someone visits the library, checks out an item, asks a questions, attends a program, receives a prize, logs on...they are participants...they are engaged...they are
active community members
and it's because of
Other ideas
Ann Arbor Library District Summer Games
Evanced Solutions's Wandoo Planet:
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