Professional resources on the Web

January 7, 2010 at 11:56 am

ALSC home page; American Library Association, accessed 2009;

The Association for Library Service to Children website is rich in resources. Professional resources include links for advocacy issues, awards & grants, and conferences. I was most impressed by the links for news and initiatives—it’s great to have a single website dedicated to disseminating this information. Their blog and wiki were also educational; they would be terrific resources when I’m employed for programs and other ideas that other professionals are using.

My favorite link, however, was for the “Great Websites for Kids.” It’s nice to have a professional resource for screened websites appropriate for children. I will definitely bookmark this for future reference.


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