Event Title

Librarian Workshop: Making Movable Books Pop into Library Programming

Location

Lakewood Library, 15425 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, Ohio 44107

Event Website

https://mms.neo-rls.org/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=48979

Start Date

10-16-2018 9:30 AM

End Date

10-16-2018 12:30 PM

Cost to Attend

GEO Cost: $80; Bronze Cost: $60; Silver Cost: $40; Gold Cost: FREE

Pre-registration required?

Yes

Contact Information (for registration)

Register at the NEO-RLS website. Contact Melissa Lattanzi at 330-655-1531 for more information.

Event Type

Lecture, Exhibit

Description

History, structures, and uses of movable books in programming for children and adults; lecture with samples and hands-on activities

Sponsored by Northeast Ohio Regional Library System (NEO)

Comments

Presenters:

Glenda Thornton, PhD is the Director of the Michael Schwartz Library and has over 40 years of professional library service primarily in academic libraries, but also in public and school libraries. She has had a long term interest in cultural history and children’s books, has taught Children’s Literature, and has helped develop children’s book collections in several academic libraries. She is a member of the Movable Book Society, the Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory, and Northeast Ohio Bibliophilic Society. She has been an active Octavofest member and organizer.

She received her doctorate from the University of North Texas and her BA (History) and MLS from the University of Oklahoma. She is on the editorial board of Technical Service Quarterly and has authored and co-authored a number of articles on improving library facilities and operations, technical services, and collection management topics.

Laura Martin, PhD (Linguistics) is a specialist in Mayan languages and culture, with broad interests in creativity, cultural contact, and expressive form. Retired from Cleveland State University where she held joint appointments in modern languages, anthropology, and health sciences, Dr. Martin was especially known for international and interdisciplinary research and program development with colleagues in disciplines ranging from biology to history. She also served as Chair of anthropology and Associate Dean of Art and Sciences and held many grants, both for research and for public programs. She has written many articles, including in foreign language pedagogy, linguistic analysis, cross-cultural health, and Mayan expressive culture, and is most recently co-author of Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence (2nd ed., Slack, 2013). She has volunteered as a docent at the Cleveland Museum of Art since 2007, and served as CMA Healthcare Education Consultant from 2013 to 2015. She maintains an active studio practice as a book and paper artist, chairs the Octavofest Steering Committee, and sits on the Board of the Morgan Conservatory.

Who should attend: Anyone interested in learning more about popup books

Competency: Programming and Collection Management

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Oct 16th, 9:30 AM Oct 16th, 12:30 PM

Librarian Workshop: Making Movable Books Pop into Library Programming

Lakewood Library, 15425 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, Ohio 44107

History, structures, and uses of movable books in programming for children and adults; lecture with samples and hands-on activities

Sponsored by Northeast Ohio Regional Library System (NEO)

https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/octavofest/2018/all/17