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November Webinars Introduce the 2015 Texas Summer Reading Program

2014 September 25

sunglasses imageSummer reading time will be coming around again sooner than you think!  Public libraries, register now for three free 2015 Texas Summer Reading Program webinars, coming in early November.

One hour of CE credit is available for each of these webinars, and registration is available on the State Library’s upcoming webinars page.  Many of our public libraries asked to have the webinars, previously held after the new year, held earlier for planning purposes – and we deliver. Here are the sessions you can choose from:

Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 10:00am-11:00am Central
Be a Hero with the 2015 Texas Summer Reading Children’s and Early Literacy Programs

Description: Get ready for a heroic summer reading program! Join presenter and performer Kim Lehman for a fun-filled webinar filled with inexpensive, easy to implement hero-themed programming ideas to use with your local 2015 “Every Hero Has a Story” Texas Summer Reading Program.  Get inspired to make your next summer reading program the best ever!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 10:00AM-11:00AM Central
Unmask! the Texas Teen Summer Reading Program for 2015

Description: Join dynamic presenter Michelle Beebower for an exciting journey through the 2015 Texas Summer Reading Program.  Get great teen activity and programming ideas for the heroes-themed “Unmask!” program.  Learn about some of the great tools available in the program manual, and be inspired with a world of great ideas to spark planning for your next teen summer reading program.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 10:00an-11:00am Central
Escape the Ordinary with the 2015 Texas Summer Reading Program for Adults

Description: Join presenter Aubrey Sanders for an overview of the 2015 Texas Summer Reading Program for adults.   Learn about the great tips available in the heroes-themed “Escape the Ordinary” CSLP program manuals, and then get ready to expand your programming plans with a cornucopia of additional great ideas for your next adult summer reading program.

Questions about this, or other Texas Summer Reading Program topics? Email the State Library at, or call us at (512) 463-5465 or (800) 252-9386 (toll-free for Texas only).

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