Event Recordings

Below you will find links to recordings of the latest CCB Brown Bag presentations, YLC meetings, and other events. Recordings marked “BBC” require a Blackboard Collaborate download. Audio from recent events will be uploaded as soon as possible.

Brown Bags | YLC Meetings | Other Events


CCB Brown Bags

2016-2017

An Insider’s Guide to Youth Services at the iSchool” with iSchool Students, Clair Irwin, Anna Lapp, Erin O’Neall, and Emily Adams

From Antiquity to Beyond, Science Fiction Stories from Before the Scientific Revolution,” with invited presenter Rob Chappell- April 2016

Outside Looking In: A Discussion About Disability in Literature for Young People” presented by the Diversity Committee’s JJ Pionke, in collaboration with the CCB – February 2016

 

2015-2016

Designing Library Spaces That Work,” with Georgeann Burch and Fred Schlipf – December 2015; building program and standard planning issues handouts (BBC)
Hogwarts Academy: How One Teacher-Librarian, One Teenage Assistant, Fifteen 4th-8th Graders, and a Handful of Volunteers Bring Harry Potter’s World to Life,” with BCCB reviewer Jeannette Hulick – October 2015; presentation slides are available in PDF
Insiders’ Guide to Youth Services at GSLIS,” with students Clair Irwin, Catherine Manci, and Thomas Mukonde – September 2015

2014-2015

In the Darkness is Light: The Ancient Roots of Vampire Literature,” with invited presenter Rob Chappell – April 2015 (BBC)
Youth Makerspaces, Online Gaming, and Other Research: Questions, Answers, and Feedback,” with Gryphon Lecturer Rebekah Willett – March 2015 (BBC)
Books Belong to Their Readers”: Mentoring for Literacy and Reading Engagement in the Nerdfighter Community, with PhD student Alaine Martaus – February 2015 (BBC)
Youth Services in South Korea: An International Report,” with associate professor Kate McDowell – November 2014 (BBC)
Marie Shedlock and the Art of Storytelling,” with Gail Edwards, chair of the history department at Douglas College (British Columbia) – November 2014 (BBC)

2013-2014

Making the Most of Your Storytime: Tips and Tricks from Miss Jeannette,” with BCCB reviewer Jeannette Hulick – May 2014 (BBC); handout and sample storytime plan available (PDF)
Gryphon Brown Bag, with Gryphon Lecturer and Augusta Baker Endowed Chair in Children’s Literacy Michelle Martin – March 2014 (BBC)
Conference-Going and Networking 101,” with GSLIS Master’s student Katrina Spencer – November 2013 (BBC)
Common Core for Librarians,” with GSLIS K12 school librarianship program coordinator Georgeann Burch and adjuct instructor Betty Bush – October 2013 (BBC)
Insiders’ Guide to Youth Services at GSLIS,” with students Katie Boucher, Amy Atkinson, and Tad Andracki – September 2013 (BBC)

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YLC Meetings

Youth Are Smarter Than We Think: Teens, Technology Use, and Values,” by assistant professor Rachel Magee – October 2015
Decolonizing Childhood: Coming of Age in Tamora Pierce’s Fantastic Empire,” by doctoral student Sarah Sahn – October 2014 (BBC)
The Geography of Censorship: Communities, Challengers, and Harry Potter,” by assistant professor Emily Knox – September 2014 (BBC)
Children’s Literature of the African Diaspora,” by Violet Harris, professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education – April 2014 (BBC) (a handout and slides from this talk are availabe in PDF)
Playing with Everything: Childhood, Biopower, and Animacy in The Brave Little Toaster,” by Tad Andracki, CCB Outreach Coordinator – October 2013 (BBC) (the Youtube clip from this talk can be found here)
The ‘All-White World of Children’s Books’ in the Post-War EraCall Me Charley and the Integration of American Children’s Literature,” by Dr. Fern Kory of Eastern Illinois University – February 2009 (RAM download)

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Additional Event Recordings

Readstricted: A Meta Conversation about Diversity and Censorship in LIS, October 2015, presentation by Nannette Perez, Office for Intellectual Freedom of the ALA, with the GSLIS Diversity Committee
Storytelling Workshop
, June 2014, a Concert and Workshop on storytelling in libraries in conjunction with LEEP weekend (Audio)
CIRSS Seminar: Children, Their Books, and Their Music, by Sally Jo Cunningham of the Computer Science Department at Waikato University, New Zealand (Audio)
Inclusive Illinois Lightning Talks
, September 2013, including two brief talks on youth services-related topics, Katrina Spencer’s talk on “How Do You Translate Cock-adoodle-doo?: Roald Dahl’s Matilda in Translation” (begins at 51:20) and Tad Andracki’s talk on “Queer Settler Colonialism in Books for Young People”(begins at 46:09) (BBC)

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