SWFLN Monsters, Mysteries and Magic: Spooky Resources and Program Ideas

Looking for alternatives for Halloween programming?  This webinar will feature multimedia resources, research ideas and activities around the general themes of monsters, mysteries, and magic for working with preschoolers, school aged children, and teens.

Presenter:  Dr. Susan Smith

Dr. Susan Smith is the Technology and User Experience Librarian and Associate Professor at Hodges University.  She works with students and teaches research methods and utilizing library resources.  She currently teaches for the Johnson School of Business and has also taught for the Nichols School of Professional Studies.  She was named Hodges University Professor of the Year for 2013.  Susan serves on both regional and state library committees, and she has previously worked in public libraries in Texas; as a librarian specializing in Children’s Activities, Teens, Reference, and Fiction.  She holds a BA in English, a Masters’ Degree in Library and Information Studies, both from the University of Oklahoma, and a Ph.D. in Public Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.  Susan blogs at  http://readspace.net/

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