Through school libraries it is possible to create culture, promote creativity and new forms of learning. Some of the experiences already underway in Italian schools will be presented.
Among the participants of the Webinar: Anna Ascani, Deputy Minister of Education, Gino Roncaglia, Donatella Lombello, Angelo Bardini, Pier Cesare Rivoltella and many others.
READING, THE FUTURE is the topic of the 2020 edition. This edition will try to interpret the trends and challenges of the world of reading, investigating the potential of the encounter with digital.
The initiative will be held from the end of May to October and will consist of debates and online meetings, including the use of different distribution channels to address a wide and transversal audience (website: www.forumdellibro.org and social channels: Facebook , Twitter and Instagram of the Forum del Libro).
Hence, the decision to open the debate also to young people through Passaparola OFF, a side section that will feature bloggers, influencers and content creators who are passionate about reading (scheduled for June 12 at 6.30 pm on the Instagram channel).
We will talk about reading at school on June 26 at 18.30 with the meeting on: “Policies for reading: reading at school” with Deputy Minister Anna Ascani, Maria Pia Veladiano, Flavia Cristiano, president of IBBY, former director of the Book Center, and the writer Giacomo Mazzariol.
To participate and possibly intervene on issues related to the promotion of reading, you can contact the Forum at the email address: (hidden)
The National Coordination of School Libraries Networks invites the managers of school libraries to fill out a questionnaire on their role during the COVID-19 emergency
Professional updating webinar organized by the AIB – Trentino Alto Adige Section with the financial contribution of the Permanent Education, Libraries and Audiovisual Office of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano.
It starts with an analysis of the panorama of media consumption and the new ways of attention and reading of the younger generations to arrive at the definition of the opportunities for using screens with the 0-6 age group.
The course will provide the tools to get to know the new digital content production in depth (also in relation to the world of the paper book) and how to use it with a view to co-viewing and co-playing with children.
After a look at the functioning of the main app-stores in relation to content for families, examples of good mobile applications to use with children are provided, both in a narrative and creative key.
Access to the training platform will be provided by email to participants directly on the day of the course.
On the Salone website it will be possible to follow a rich program of live streaming events and interact with national and international guests.