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Thanks to sponsorship by the UW-L School of Education and the Murphy Library Endowment Fund, the Alice Hagar Curriculum Resources Center was able to host its first program on children's literature and its integration into the PK-12 curriculum. The event has since then become an anticipated annual program during the month of April.
Speakers in 2007 were Ginny Moore Kruse, Emeritus Director of the Cooperative Children's Book Center in Madison and Catherine Beyers, Learning Materials Center Director, Southern Bluffs School in La Crosse. Over 50 participants came to view the resources and hear the experts speak.
Click here for a bibliography of recommended resources on the subject of international children's literature.
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The library offers fast, no-registration tours for students, faculty, and staff during the first week of the semester.
Tours start in the library lobby at 12:00 noon every day of opening week, September 2, 3, 4, and 5.
The tours last about 20 minutes and cover the basic layout of the library, useful services, library collections, and tips to effectively use the library. Everyone is welcome to participate in these informal tours.
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