Tuesday, December 29, 2015

SRP 2016: All Abilities Invited

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  1. Everybody wins is a concept some are vehemently against, but I love it for library programs. Even if you don't win the grand prize for something, getting something for just showing up and trying your best feels great, whether you're a kid or just one at heart.

  2. Competitions are waaaaay too much work. I had mostly disliked the summer theme because it didn't have much to do with reading and my first thought on seeing the art was "microsoft clip art lives again!" but now that you mention it...

  3. Great considerations Bryce! Thank you for sharing what many of us don't always think about right away if we don't encounter these situations on a daily basis. Have you ever thought about joining the CSLP Inclusion Committee?

    1. I have not! But that's because I didn't know it was a thing. That would be relevant to my interests. Would you be the contact person for that?

  4. Thanks, Bryce! Great ideas. Thanks for sharing your insight. I've been following your blog for a while now, and I always find it helpful.