Online Workshop: Finding & Using Children's Literature

Library resources that inform the field

This event is open to all

Oct 22

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Russell Hall 101

Gottesman Libraries 1st Floor

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Ever wonder about the uses of children's literature across the curriculum? Or where to start in finding the best children's books? Perhaps you didn't know that children's literature continues to be one of the most highlighted circulated collections at the Gottesman Libraries, due to our student teachers, student parents, scholarly researchers, and others interested in the field?

This workshop introduces you to library resources that strengthen study, teaching, and research in the field of K-12 children's literature, including biography, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, fables and fairy tales. From locating children's books in the library's catalog, to using classroom-centered databases, through to reading up on secondary source material, you'll discover a broad range of interesting options.

Please rsvp with your interest and details by Wednesday, October 21st, and we'll follow up with a Zoom link prior to the session.

Also check out our recent blog post, Workshop: Children's Literature: An Overview of Library Resources.


To request disability-related accommodations contact OASID at, (212) 678-3689, or (646) 755-3144 video phone, as early as possible.

Last Updated: 10:39 am, Tuesday, Sep 22 , 2020