News tagged: Services for children
The awards recognize the most innovative and effective TD Summer Reading Club programs in each official language in public libraries across Canada.
News May 19, 2020
Online storytime typically relies on the use of copyright-protected materials, therefore, librarians must consider copyright legislation and whether permission, a license, or use of the fair dealing exception is required. This guideline describes these options, and provides an example of a fair dealing analysis for an early literacy-focused storytime.
News May 8, 2020
BCLA called on the ORL Board to continue library programming based on shared library values including those core values that support inclusivity, diversity, and intellectual freedom
News October 6, 2019
Through the A Reader is Born initiative, every newborn at the hospital receives a book and a complimentary library membership from Brampton Library.
News April 5, 2019
The Brampton Library announced yesterday that most children’s materials will no longer incur overdue fines. “Supporting both and working toward barrier-free access for all, we are pleased to announce the removal …
News September 5, 2018
In late May, the winners of the 2017 TD Summer Reading Club Library Awards were announced, recognizing the most innovative and effective TD Summer Reading Club programs .
News June 2, 2018
Library and Archives Canada, along with the Toronto Public Library and TD Bank Group, today announced the winners of the 2016 TD Summer Reading Club Library Award.
News May 26, 2017
Support the CHLA/MLA/ICLC Community Service Project: Promoting Health Professions for First Nations Kids
Help promote health professions for First Nations kids by supporting the community service project set-up by the organizers of Mosaic, the joint CHLA/MLA/ICLC conference.
News May 15, 2016
Five books are in contention to become the First Nation Communities Read community reading selection for 2016-2017
News May 4, 2016
Produced every three years, the report evaluates various trends and nuances in how Ontario’s public libraries cater to children older than five and younger than 12 years of age.
News May 3, 2016