ERIC Number: ED314075
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Libraries Serving Youth: Issues and Programs in New York State.
The Bookmark, v46 n3 Spr 1988
The 16 papers in this issue look at the needs of youth through the 1990s, describe ways librarians are meeting those needs, suggest additional services, and analyze the Mohonk Conference held in 1986 and its impact on libraries in the state of Youth in These Changing Times" (Jennifer Birckmeyer); (2) "Oh Boy, Here They Come! Library Service to Youth at Risk" (Anita Bassey); (3) "Mohonk!" (Mary A. Brown); (4) "Notes from a Messy Desk" (Lois Rigoulot); (5) "In Search of. . .Standards for Youth Services in the Pioneer Library System of New York State" (Linda Clark Benedict); (6) "Great Opportunities" (Suzanne Moore); (7) "Adolescent Illiteracy: What Libraries Can Do To Solve the Problem" (Judith A. Davidson); (8) "How To Get Teens To Read after They've Watched MTV!" (Diane Courtney); (9) "Federal Funds Fight Family Illiteracy: The Family Reading Program" (Carol Sheffer and Anne Simon); (10) "Registering New Children at the Library: The New York State 'Best Gift' Campaign" (Ristiina Wigg); (11) "Parent/Child Workshop: Meeting the Needs of Today's Changing Families" (Kathleen Deerr); (12) "'Welcome to the Public Library'--Serving Children in Day-Care" (Shirley Wyker); (13) "The New York State Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect: The Library Connection" (Sandra Feinberg); (14) "The Library Serves Homeless Children" (Christine Behrmann, Yolanda Bonitch, and Harriet Gottfried); (15) "The Decade of the Child" (Donna Miller and Alexandria Douglas); and (16) "How School Systems Came To Be and Where Are They Today?" (Joseph F. Shubert). (SD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York State Library, Albany.
Identifiers - Location: New York