Create, innovate, and serve : a radical approach to children's and youth programming

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Summary

Library services are transforming to emphasize interactive, innovative, participatory, and often production-centered programming. It's a truly radical approach, and tomorrow's LIS graduates in children's and youth services need a resource that helps them understand this programming as it pertains to these age ranges. This text meets that need, bringing together a wide range of perspectives from both practice and research to survey this new landscape of programming for children and youth. Providing in-depth information crucial to those who will soon encounter these programs in library settings, this contributed volume

delves into a wide variety of different programs, discussing their crucial elements and how to develop, plan, and deliver them; uses case studies of innovative practices to address such key issues as diversity, equity, media mentorship, community partnerships, dedicated library spaces, discussion-based programming, and assessment; presents annotated bibliographies of research, organized by young children (birth to 5), middle childhood (ages 6 to 12), and teens (ages 13 and up); and examines children and youth programming trends, teaching how to recognize and incorporate these trends into all types of programs.

Emphasizing an inclusive approach to programming that incorporates research-based theories and frameworks, this text will be a valuable orientation tool for LIS students as well as a holistic guide for current children and youth services professionals.

Contents
When all really means all : creating library programs for children and teens that embrace all types of diversity / Jamie Naidoo
The power of a story : telling to transform the world / Annette Y. Goldsmith and Michelle H. Martin
Playing to learn, learning to play : a play and making framework for libraries / Sarah Ward and Sarah A. Evans
Librarians as media mentors : building media literacy with programming, advisory, and access / Amy Koester and Claudia Haines
The five-step outcome-based planning and evaluation model for children's and young adult program assessment / Melissa Gross
Taking the library to unexpected places : outreach and partnerships in youth services / Beth Crist
The ever-changing library : advocating for impact, value, and purpose / Judy T. Nelson
Early childhood decoded : an introduction to development, sociocultural theory, and early learning / J. Elizabeth Mills, Kathleen Campana, Emily Romeijn-Stout, and Saroj Ghoting
Prioritizing community, literacy, and equity in programming for children from birth to age five at the Pierce County Library System / Susan Anderson-Newham
Arapahoe libraries : early literacy all around / Melissa Depper and Lori Romero
The Free Library of Philadelphia : serving its youngest patrons with a community-minded approach / Sarah Stippich and Christine Caputo
Cultivating knowing and growing at the Scottsdale Public Library / Marko Whelan
Intentionality, interactivity, and community in early childhood programming at public libraries : an overview of research / Kathleen Campana and Betsy Diaman-Cohen
Connecting programs to the learning and development of children ages six to twelve / R. Lynn Baker
Middle childhood is not middle of the road : developing exemplary services and practices for six- to ten-year-olds at the Chicago Public Library / Elizabeth McChesney
A collaborative approach to equitable STEM programming at San Francisco Public Library / Cristina Mitra
Middle childhood matters at Toronto Public Library / Diane Banks and Peggy Thomas
The dream team : the library as a partner in literacy and learning for children ages six to twelve
related research / John Marino
Why teens need the library and the library needs teens / Sarah A. Evans
Empowering teens to build their own futures at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh / Corey Wittig and Kelly Rottmund
Teens at the helm : teen-driven programming at the Olympia Timberland Library / Sara White
A vision for an innovative new teen space : Boston Public Library Teen Central / Jess Snow, Ally Dowds, and Catherine Halpin
Co-constructing leadership : the (r)evolution of discussion-based programming / Gabbie Barnes
Teens and public libraries : an annotated bibliography of the research / Denise Agosto.

Additional Information
Subjects Children's libraries -- Activity programs.
Children's libraries -- Activity programs -- United States -- Case studies.
Young adults' libraries -- Activity programs.
Young adults' libraries -- Activity programs -- United States -- Case studies.
Publisher Chicago :2019
Contributors Campana, Kathleen, editor.
Mills, J. Elizabeth, editor.
Language English
Description xvii, 291 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780838917206
0838917208
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