Le gouvernement provincial investit un montant additionnel de 250 000 $ afin de doter les bibliothèques publiques de 24 autres postes de travail adaptés et destinés aux personnes ayant une déficience visuelle, un handicap physique ou des troubles d'apprentissage.
The Adult Books editors have selected the following titles as representative of the year’s outstanding books for public library collections. Our scope has been intentionally broad, and we have attempted to find books that combine literary, intellectual, and aesthetic excellence with popular appeal.
C'est mardi 10 décembre que l'auteure canadienne Alice Munro doit recevoir officiellement le prix Nobel de littérature pour l'ensemble de son œuvre. Incursion dans l'univers de la grande dame des lettres canadiennes.
“iPad Cafe” spices up middle school library Lexington Clipper Herald Lexington Public Schools technology core team asked us what we could do to make our classrooms a 21st Century learning environment, one teacher had the idea of an iPad café at the...
A new report from an independent firm of economists has found that Australia’s public libraries deliver benefits that are worth nearly three times the cost of running them – a fact that will come as no surprise to Australia’s 10 million registered library users.If you put $100 into gold last year, it would be worth around $110 today. Compare that with the $290 return on every $100 invested in Australian public libraries.
The provincial government is investing a further $250,000 to provide an additional 24 adaptive computer workstations in public libraries to help persons with vision impairments, physical disabilities or learning disabilities.
That crafts and gardening books belong in the same spotlight will become evident as readers pick up and enjoy the following crafts and gardening titles, all reviewed in Booklist between December 15, 2012, and December 1, 2013. What is evident is that crafts and gardening are all part of the world of working with your hands to create something both beautiful and meaningful.
Studies have shown that families who start reading aloud to their children at birth help to strengthen their language skills and build their vocabulary – two important tools for beginning to learn to read when they enter kindergarten...
Whether it’s happenstance or the fact that digital producers have heeded the call for more nonfiction materials across formats, it’s been a robust year for informational apps. Top developers such as Touch Press continue to create innovative works of stunning quality and depth, and a host of newcomers have joined the game.
Personally, I’ve got my fingers crossed for John Green to make an appearance in the upcoming The Fault in Our Stars adaptation (Have you read it? No? Go grab a copy and a box of tissues—it’s okay, I’ll wait), but in the meantime, here are ten other authors that have had cameos in movie versions of their own books.