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Message from Jean King, RASD President 2013, West Hempstead Public Library:
RASD was co-sponsor of Professor Claudia Perry’s presentation at the Long Island Library Conference yesterday entitled “Public Library Service to Older Adults: Survey and Results.”
For those of you unable to attend Professor Perry’s lecture yesterday, please visit the RASD wiki at
to find the link to her PowerPoint presentation.
Professor Perry is very passionate about this topic and we were very pleased at the number of people who were able to attend her lecture.
Another wonderful Long Island Library Conference – thank you so much for attending our programs, visiting with vendors, and chatting with our associations. You can check out our pictures on Flickr and Facebook. Watch for information about posted programs and other information you may have missed or want to watch again, and the announcement of our keynote speaker next year.
Please leave us comments and let us know how we did and how we can improve. Thanks!
Suffolk YASD is delighted to present this well-known author as she discusses the past, present, and expanding future of YA Literature.
But you can register in person at the Conference tomorrow morning, 8 am. Cash or check, please. See you there!
Censorship in Schools and Libraries
Traces the history of censorship in the United States from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. Special attention is given to five incidents of censorship on Long Island. Court decisions on censorship cases are an integral part of the presentation. Speaker: Donald Parker, Co-coordinator of the Long Island Coalition Against Censorship (recently retired)
Arranger: Jeffrey Feinsilver, Chairperson, Intellectual Freedom Committee, NCLA
How much has changed over the past 150 years? Come and find out at this Second Session from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM.