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‘Title’on this keyline. Arial Bold 36 pts. Reader Development Paula Kelly – Manager, Reader Development & Library Learning. centre for youth literature activities and events professional development online tools. state library of victoria. bookgigs.

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‘Title’on this keyline.

Arial Bold 36 pts

Reader Development

Paula Kelly – Manager, Reader Development & Library Learning


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centre for youth literature

activities and events

professional development

online tools

state library of victoria


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bookgigs


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booktalkers for teenagers


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reading matters


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reading matters


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www.slv.vic.gov.au/readalert/


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outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend.

Inside a dog, it’s too dark to read.

-groucho marx

www.insideadog.com.au


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Reader development - adults

activities and events

professional development

online tools


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Reader Development

Based on the ideas of Opening the Book, UK

(Rachel van Riel)

Aims:

  • increase people’s enjoyment of reading

  • open up reading choices

  • offer opportunities for people to share their reading experience

  • raise the status of reading as a creative activity


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Reader Development

  • Professional Development

  • Activities Programs

  • ‘Reading Victoria’ summer reading campaign


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Reader Development

  • Professional Development

  • Reading Victoria

  • Short list 20 books set in Victoria Brochures – public libraries/ bookshops

  • Launch event Dec 7th 11am

  • Program reader centred activities

  • Website, sms voting

  • Wrap up event and media

  • ‘Reading Victoria’ summer reading campaign


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Reader Development

Professional Development

  • Online mentorship cascade model


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Reader Development

Professional Development

  • Frontline mentorship cascade model

  • 7 modules self paced online PD

  • Victorian Pilot 1st Year

  • Funding negotiations

  • 3 staff per library service


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Reader Development

online tools

  • Reader development list serve

  • Reader to reader selection/recommendation tool


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Reader development


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www.whichbook.net


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‘Title’on this keyline.

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References

Demsey, L., The Library Catalogue in the new Discovery Environment. Ariadne, Issue 48, UKOLN. [Online] http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue48/dempsey/ (Last modified 14 Aug 2006)

Insideadog.com.au. Youth Literature Website. Centre for Youth Literature, State Library of Victoria. [Online] http://www.insideadog.com.au

Leadbeater, Charles. Libraries and the Creative Economy. The Library of the 21st Century Symposium, held by the State Library of Victoria on 23 February 2006. [Online] http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/cgi-bin/htsearch?words=charles+leadbeater.

What is reader development? Branching Out, Reader Development Program.Opening the Book, UK. (n.d.) [Online] http://www.branching-out.net/branching-out/page2.asp?idno=519

Whichbook.net ( a completely new way of choosing what to read). Opening the book, UK. (n.d.) [Online] http://www.whichbook.net/


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