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Reader Development and ICT

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"Bryant, Mark (Library)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Bryant, Mark (Library)

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Thu, 24 Jun 2004 15:09:44 +0100

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See Below Places available on many dates, particularly 14 July	


        Make Your People's Network
                 Work for Reading


FREE staff training in using ICT to promote reading

The Society of Chief Librarians - South East Region is offering free training
to Library staff in the South East in the use of ICT for Reader Development.
Please distribute this to any staff who may be interested and who can pass on
their skills to other staff. Booking details are outlined below.

This training is funded by the New Opportunities Fund and is being carried
out by The Reading Agency. The training will also include a pack and toolkit
and guidance on training front line staff in the skills and knowledge
acquired.

Tutorial dates are as follows:

Adult Reader Development

Date    Venue	
Thursday 10th June      Beaconsfield Library (Bucks)	
Thursday 24th June      Patcham Library (Brighton & Hove)	
Wednesday 14th July     Lordswood Library (Medway)	
Thursday 2nd September  Worthing Library (West Sussex)	
Thursday 16th September Patcham Library (Brighton & Hove)	
Thursday 7th October    Kings Hill Library (Kent)	
Thursday 14th October   Portswood Library (Southampton)	

Children's Reader development

Date    Venue	
Tuesday 22nd June       	
Tuesday 29th June       Bracknell Library (Bracknell Forest)	
Friday 9th July         Slough Library (Berkshire)	
Friday 10th September   Beaconsfield Library (Bucks)	

Dates for training in alternative formats for the Visually impaired will
follow later.

For further information and a booking form, please contact:

Sara Tomkins Amersham Library Chiltern Avenue  Amersham Bucks HP6 5AH
telephone: 01494 586881 email: [log in to unmask]	


Main elements of the training are:

        *       Cascade reader development training to large numbers of staff
        *       Act as an advocate for Reader Development using ICT within
their authority, able to provide expert assistance and information to members
of staff
        *       Act as a reading champion, ensuring that ICT encourages staff
to communicate enthusiasm for reading to customers
        *       Make use of web based resources to respond quickly to
enquiries from people wishing to expand their reading range
        *       Make use of web based resources in order to confidently
recommend books to the public
        *       Use web based resources to assist in promoting reading and
books, for example through displays, events
        *       Create interesting content using the library website: this
could include
                        o       Review writing
                        o       Setting up an on-line reading group 
                        o       Interactive forum, such as message boards
        *       Train the public to make use of ICT reader development
resources - run ICT book doctor sessions
        *       Access the web as a resource for creative writers looking for
advice, support and exposure for their work
        *       Keep up to date with developments in reader development and
literacy using ICT



Mark Bryant
Resources Development Librarian
Buckinghamshire Libraries and Heritage Service
Gallery Suite
County Offices
Walton Street
Aylesbury
HP20 1UU 

Tel: 01296 382252



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