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About the School of Library and Information Studies Teaching Slides Collection

About School of Library and Information Studies Teaching Slides Collection This collection includes School of Library and Information Studies teaching materials collected by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff; and unique or valuable items related to this field. It is hoped that the search features of the collection will be a convenient aid to scholarship, study and teaching of these disciplines.


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History of Children’s Literature: A Sampling
http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/SLISTeaching.HistChildLit

History of Children's Literature This collection of slides represents the history of early children’s literature in the United States. They are primarily covers and illustrations of children’s books between the 15th and early 20th century.

Historic Librarians and Benefactors
http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/SLISTeaching.HistLibrBen

History of Children's LiteratureThis collection of slides contains portraits of prominent American and international figures who made major contributions to the library world in areas such as cataloging, collection development, children’s librarianship, public access, library statistics, library studies, publishing, and philanthropy..

Library and Reading Posters
http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/SLISTeaching.BookWeek

History of Children's LiteratureThis collection contains a wide assortment of posters promoting books, libraries, and children's literacy from a variety of organizations including the American Library Association and the Children's Book Council. The CBC is a nonprofit conglomeration of publishers specializing in books for children and young adults and is the main supporter of the National Children's Book Week, the longest-running literacy program in the country, and the focus of a number of images in this collection.

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