The Librarian’s Role in Promoting Reading. 馆员在阅读推广中的角色. Louise S. Robbins Professor and Director Emerita, School of Library and Information Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison Evergreen Education Foundation, 2012. Literacy.
Louise S. Robbins
Professor and Director Emerita,
School of Library and Information Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Evergreen Education Foundation, 2012
Reading aloud to children helps themlearn word meanings and how storieswork.
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“To the child who can read, the world is an open book.”
Reading helps people
learn to be creative.
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Reading helps people be informed about
important events in their communities.
Being able to read gives people more control over their own lives.
Research shows us that having reading materials nearby is one of the most important factors in helping children learn to read.
Libraries put books and other reading materials into the hands of children and their families.
Libraries can also help parents learn about how they can help their children be better readers.
Libraries can provide reading materials for parents, too.
Libraries can provide access to the wider world.
Liu Guojun, who studied at the University of Wisconsin
from 1923-1925. 刘国钧, 1923-1925年就读于威斯康星大学.