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Early Literacy Programming in the Digital Age

Genesis and I had great fun presenting our Early Literacy Programming in the Digital Age InfoPeople webinar last week! The archived version is now available for your viewing pleasure, along with our presentation slides and webliograhy. We had 238 people and the chat was on fire the whole time! We had some great discussion about new media in storytime, and it became clear to me yet again that we need more venues to talk about the topic of new media in early literacy programs. Keep the conversation going!

Early Literacy Programming in the Digital Age Webliography

Make some Noise! @LittleeLit presenting at CLA conference #CLAnoise


I have a LOT of presentations to prepare for! Looks like Genesis and I had a few proposals accepted at the California Library Association’s Annual Conference in Long Beach, CA, plus I’ll be doing some other work with the State Library while we’re there.

Here’s what and when:

Stand Out and Be Outstanding: Fearlessly Leading Your Library Career (November 4, 2013 at 10:15am)
Presenter names and affiliations: Allison Tran, Mission Viejo Library, Yemila Alvarez, San Francisco Public Library, Martha Camacho,Pasadena Public Library, Cen Campbell,, Dolly Goyal, San Mateo County Library, Genesis Hansen, Mission Viejo Public Library, Patrick “PC” Sweeney, San Mateo County Library

Children’s Services in the Digital Age: Technology Competencies (November 4, 2013 at 4:00pm)
Presenter names and affiliations: Cen Campbell, Children’s Librarian,, Elizabeth Gray, Yolo County Library, Genesis Hansen, Mission Viejo Public Library

Make Some Noise with High-Tech Services for Kids and Teens (November 5, 2013 at 11:45am)
Presenter names and affiliations: Cen Campbell,, Katrina Bergen, Dixon Public Library, Allison Tran, Mission Viejo Public Library

Happy Birthday to Little eLit!

happyWordPress informed me that we’re one year old today!  Thanks, Genesis, for starting this project with me, and to the Eureka! Leadership Institute for introducing us.  Here’s to many more years of ruffling feathers, producing awesome programs and busting library paradigms! Let’s keep working hard to support Early Literacy in the Digital Age.