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Growing Wisconsin Readers

Toy sleepoverAt the recent Wisconsin Library Association Conference, I attended a session on using tablets in children's programs. I was so impressed, by some of the ideas that I wanted to find out more about it. It turns out this is a DPI program called "Growing Wisconsin Readers" and you can find out all about the program in their blog: http://blog.growingwisconsinreaders.org/

One of my favorite ideas was a toy sleepover that was recorded with a tablet (pictured here). The slide presentation from the WLA program is posted online. You can scan through it and see all of the creative uses of tablets in children's programming. Participants included several libraries in the South Central Library System. 

Picture credit: Elizabeth Timmins / Muehl public Library



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