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KidLibCamp 2009

Darien Library

Thursday, August 13, 9AM to 4PM

 

Thanks to everyone who attended KidLibCamp 2009. 

 

Links to notes from the sessions are available on the KidLibCamp Topics page.  If you attended and have notes to add, feel free to create another page or add to a page that already exists. If you did or didn't attend and have comments or answers to questions and topics discussed feel free to add them.

 

A summary of thoughts and ideas from the final full-group wrap-up session is also available. 

 

If you have questions about Darien KidLibCamp 09 contact Linda Braun or Gretchen Hams-Caserotti

Comments (3)

Shelley Quezada said

at 10:47 am on Aug 14, 2009

Thanks so much to Linda and Gretchen and the staff of the Darien Library for an innovative and interesting opportunity to network with others interested in youth services issues. All of the library staff were wonderful. The building is so unique and support for this effort was most gratefully appreciated. It was worth the three hour drive. Shelley Quezada

Gretchen Caserotti said

at 11:25 am on Aug 14, 2009

Thank you so much Shelley! It wouldn't have been a success if it weren't for all of the participants willing to discuss and share honestly. Library service to children and families faces a great change as our Digital Natives begin raising families of their own. It is exciting to think about all the possibilities technology provides us as professionals! We hope to see you again at next year's KidLib Camp!

Judith said

at 2:44 pm on Aug 14, 2009

I would like to add my thanks and delight. I went away bubbling with ideas from this fresh, innovative approach ideally suited for this time when we are trying to move beyond being passive recipients of information to participating in the creation of information. Thank you also to Darien for its generosity in hosting the event and sharing its vision. Thank you Linda, Gretchen and everyone!
: ) Judith Rovenger

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