The Ohio Center for the Book has benefited from the generosity of the Drawn to Reading program.
Hans Kellogg is a wonderful advocate and support for literacy promotion.
Amy E. Dawson
Ohio Center for the Book
Cleveland Public Library
325 Superior Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
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This is Suzanne (and Sammy) from Indiana,
I’d like to talk about a program we have here in Indiana called Drawn to Reading…this could be expanded to other states and could work with the branding idea that Sharon mentions below. Basically we have a print shop that prints child designed bookmarks for distribution at the National Book Festival and to our Public Libraries. It’s a great program and one that could be easily duplicated.
I’m interested in Vine and Twitter ideas too. I’m not as familiar with Vine, but it’d be so easy to start a twitter hashtag of folks sharing their reading journey on a predetermined date all over the country.
Looking forward to it!
Children’s Services Consultant
Director, Indiana Center for the Book
Collaborative Summer Library Program State Representative
Indiana State Library
Professional Development Office
140 N. Senate Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204
From: Center for the Book state centers communication [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mass Center for the Book
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2013 6:49 PM
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Subject: Re: CFB webinar June 17
Hi, Mary -- I see that 12 people have pre-registered already ... all of you should have an invitation with a link in your email queue to register for the webinar. I'll send another reminder midweek but do register early so I can generate an attendance list to send out via the List.
As for agenda ... two things in my takeaway notes:
1/ I would like to talk about developing the state center network brand ... perhaps by developing a nationwide program that all of us could promote in our states/commonwealths/territories. (Might Illinois's Family Reading Night be something that could expand?)
2/ What are we doing about digital/visual reading/communication? Maryland is wondering if we could do something with Vine? What about Twitter? What about a future of reading initiative?
OK ... that's all from Massachusetts!
(thanks for re-sending the highlights ... I've just reprinted them and will read well before the meeting)
don't forget to register....
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 5:54 PM, Mary Menzel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I'm thinking about the agenda for our webinar and have gotten some inquires, too. Since Guy has forwarded electronic docs of the highlights from each Center, I don't think we need to take the time (and won't really HAVE the time) to do a round-robin from each Center participating in the webinar. If you attended the idea exchange, maybe you can forward me the topics that you think would benefit most from discussion during the webinar. And if you didn't attend but read the attached state highlights, maybe you can forward me the questions that arise from your reading, or the issues that you'd most like to hear about during the webinar.
Thank you all for your time,
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Lamolinara, Guy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi--attached are the highlights that were provided (not everyone provided something). It is in 2 parts. I hope this helps. This will give you a good idea of what others are doing.
Center for the Book
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave.S.E.
Washington, DC 20540-4920
(202) 707-0269 (fax)
Director, California Center for the Book
mailing address: California Center for the Book
care of Pio Pico Koreatown Library
694 S. Oxford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90005
deliveries to: California Center for the Book
696 S. Oxford Avenue, second floor, Los Angeles, CA 90005