[kids-lib] Survey on programs for parents of 0-2 year olds
katie.anderson at state.or.us
Tue Jun 8 14:48:23 PDT 2010
Hello! I just received the following email from ALA's Association for Library Services to Children. They are conducting a survey to gather data about library early literacy programs for parents and caregivers of children birth to two years old. Their goal is to develop a searchable database of existing programs, contacts, and best practices. Please read the following email and the first page of the survey (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NJ8HG8) to decide if this is something your library wants to participate in.
From: Linda Mays [mailto:lmays at ala.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 1:45 PM
To: alsc-l at ala.org; borntoread at ala.org
Subject: [alsc-l] Serving Expectant and New Parents - We Need to Hear from You!
Do you serve expectant parents in your library? Do you serve parents of babies through the age of two? Are you meeting the needs of these populations? Would you like more resources to assist you?
We need to hear from you! ALSC is currently assessing its national early literacy initiative, Born to Read, It's Never Too Early to Start. We are working to determine how we can best help you and your colleagues provide enhanced library service to your expectant parents, and parents of babies through age two. We ask you to take a few short minutes to complete a survey designed to collect current information about the challenges you face, the tools you need and how we can help.
Simply click on the link below to get started. We ask that you complete the survey by Monday, June 21.
Here's the link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NJ8HG8
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