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School Libraries + Public Libraries
School Libraries + Public LibrariesPartnering for Technology1Collaborate?Partner?Bother?Why?2BlogsWikisPodcasts and YouTubeMySpace E-FlyersSharing InformationBlogs
4Partnering with Blogs
Existing Blogs Creating New Blogs
Book ReviewsDatabasesProgram InformationNew MaterialsStudent WorkCool Websites
Wikis are great tools for school librarians, and you guys use them more than public librarians.
Im sure many of you use wikis to work with teachers and students, but what about with the public library?
What could you do with a public library involving a wiki?6Utilizing Wikis with Public LibrariesAny assignment you currently use a wikis with studentsAny project with teachersAny reference or research projectAny curriculum development situation
New TeachersNew BooksBooktalks By StudentsBooktalks By GenreLibrary NewsLibrary ProgramsAdministration8YouTube
Popularity of Myspace may be waning in favor of Facebook, but it still has a huge hold in parts of the country.
MySpace allows many things to appear on page like hours, programs, blog entries, student artwork10MySpace
11E-Flyers12DatabasesEquipmentSharing Resources13DatabasesPop Culture UniverseBooks and AuthorsOpposing Viewpoints Resource CenterGlobal Road WarriorAmericas NewspapersAncestry LibraryBusiness and Company Resource CenterChilton LibraryConsumer Reports OnlineFirst SearchGeneral Reference Center GoldGrolier OnlineHealth and Wellness Resource CenterHeritage Quest OnlineIllinois Group CatalogLiterature Resource centerNoveListPublic Records Electronic DatabaseScience Resource CenterTesting and Education reference CenterVirtual reference Library Web Feet
Richland Grade School K-8Gale InfoBits and resource Center JuniorLockport Township High SchoolABC-CLIO American HistoryABC-CLIO World HistoryBritannicaEBSCO Research DatabasesFirst SearchGrove ArtGrove MusicNoveListOxford Dictionary of National BiographyOxford English DictionaryOxford Reference OnlineTeen Health and WellnessThompson/Gale Literary Resource CenterThompson/Gale Opposing Viewpoints
Des Plaines Valley Public Library District Online DatabasesSchools Served by Public Library District14Databases
15EquipmentGrantsShared Usage AgreementsNon Print Materials
Foreword By Gail Bush17
Summer CardsShorewood-Troy Public lIbrary District
Young Adult Summer Reading Program
Design your own summer cards with colorful paper, stamps and ribbon. Keep to give throughout the year, or give away as a gift set.
Shorewood Troy Public Library District650 Deerwood DriveShorewood, Illinois 60404815 725-4368
When: June 24Where: Meeting Room DownstairsTime: 2:30 p.m.
Young AdultsGrades 6th
Gaming 2.0 June 27, July 11,
July 18 and July 25
Like chocolate? Feel like making
some this summer? Make sure you
come out for all the great programs
the Shorewood-Troy Public Library
has planned for you. Not only can you
make chocolate, but all you actors,
directors, and writers are welcome to
join us for our Fractured Fairy Tales
program, where teens write, produce
and perform the old fairy tales we all
know, but with a new twist. If you are
in the mood to be pampered, or want
to make a great gift for someone, come
to our Spa Day Creations. You will
make some bath salts as well as a
beautiful candle holder. Ever forget
someones birthday, or just want to
send a quick note saying hello? Come
to our Summer Cards program, and
have cards on hand for the next time
you need one. All the programs start at
2:00 p.m. on Tuesdays except for the
Fractured Fairy Tales performance
which is on July 19 at 11:00 a.m.
Check out all the programs planned
After going to a program, grab
some book notes so you can keep track
of all the great books you are reading
this summer. Like last year, its based
on the time you spend reading. Make
sure you enter to have a chance to win
some of the fabulous prizes from the
library this summer. Prizes include gift
cards for Barnes and Noble, Target
and iTunes. Obviously, the more you
read and the more book notes you
turn in, the better your chances to win
the prize you would enjoy the most.
We cant wait to see you this
summer, so when you get bored, come
play some games, read some books,
win some prizes and make some
chocolate, all at the library.
z Summer at the Library zJUNE 16 TO JULY 25, 2008
Y O U N G A D U L T S U M M E R R E A D I N G P R O G R A M A G E S 1 3 - 1 8
Calendar of Events
June 24 Summer Cards
July 1 Chocolate Mania
July 8 Fractured Fairy Tales
July 15 Fractured Fairy Tales
July 19 Fairy Tale Performance
July 22 Spa Day Creations
Like to play video games? Like a challenge? Come out on Fridays this
summer and see if you can take on the competition. The gaming will
be fierce and so will the players. Take a chance and see how you hold
up against others. Come to the meeting room at 2:00p.m. starting on
June 27th and the gaming will last until 4:30p.m. Gaming 2.0 will
culminate in a final tournament on July 25th, so come and see what
you are made of !
Shorewood-Troy Public Library
Practice Dates:July 8 and July 15 at 2:30 p.m.
Performance Date:Saturday, July 19 at 11:00 a.m.
WantedWriters, Actors and Directors
What if Snow White never met the Dwarfs, or Sleeping Beauty woke up on her own? Take the old classic fairy tales and put your spin on them at this program. Then perform the NEW fairy tale at a special performance.
Shorewood Troy Public Library District 650 Deerwood Drive Shorewood, Illinois 60404