• Date
    14-17 Nov 2018
  • Location
    Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University
  • Quota for Attendance
    400 Tickets
  • Number of Submissions
  • 14-17
    Nov 2018
    First International Children's Libraries Symposium
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PROGRAMME

  • 14 Nov
    Day 1
  • 15 Nov
    Day 2
  • 16 Nov
    Day 3
  • 17 Nov
    Day 4
  • Opening
  • First Session
  • Second Session
  • Third Session
8:00 - 12:00

12:00 - 13:00

Coffee Break

15:00 - 16:00

8:00 - 12:00

12:00 - 13:00

  • First Session
  • Second Session
  • Third Session
  • Fourth Session
  • Fifth Session
8:00 - 9:00

9:30 - 10:00

10:15 - 10:30

11:00 - 12:00

8:00 - 12:00

8:00 - 12:00

8:00 - 12:00

10:15 - 10:30

11:00 - 12:00

  • First Session
  • Second Session
  • Third Session
  • Fourth Session
  • Fifth Session
8:00 - 12:00

10:15 - 10:30

11:00 - 12:00

12:00 - 13:00

8:00 - 12:00

10:15 - 10:30

8:00 - 12:00

10:15 - 10:30

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  • Social Program
Plenary Speakers

Raphaela Müller(Member of the Children’s and Youth Libraries Commission, German Libraries Association)
Ayub Khan(CILIP President 2018)

Member of the Children's and Youth Libraries Commission, German Libraries Association
      CILIP President 2018
        Registration

        Travel and accommodation expenses for those whose abstracts have been accepted for presentation will be met by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism Libraries and Publications General Directorate. Please note that this does not apply to poster presentations.

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        • Prof.Dr. ​Albert K. Boekhorst (IFLA)

          "I think that in a period in which it looks like that 'anything/everything' is 'solved' via internet the role of libraries in the education of children can't be underestimated."

        • Dr. Jamıe Campbell Naıdoo (ALSC)

          "You have so many wonderful topics outlined for the conference."

        • Dr. Mustafa Ruhi Şirin

          One of the indicators of the importance attached to children in a particular country can be seen through the number and quality of children's libraries. Libraries are just as important and influential during the childhood period as schools and the media. In terms of weaving the cocoon that is writing culture, access to libraries is just as important as access to books. With its themes and topics the First International Children's Libraries Symposium is preparing to make a breakthrough in the field of children's libraries in Turkey. I hope that this child oriented revolution continues until children's libraries are established in all of Turkey's cities.

        • Dr. Fatih Erdoğan

          "Books are magical. Books transform. The form of books has changed significantly from cave walls, clay tablets, and papyrus to electronic tablets but the transformative quality of books has remained constant. However, books cannot transform everything. For example, they cannot transform stone. Books cannot transform hollyhock or piranhas. Nightingales do not sing differently because of the existence of books, the pyramids do not teeter more skilfully because books exist, the dodo bird did not become extinct because books exist, and the Titanic did not sink due to the fact that books exist. Books transform us. They transform those who have a brain and consciousness. Books change those who want to be changed but that is not all; they compel those who resist change to also change. Books cannot be resisted. Those who are stand with books always prevail. Librarians know this only too well. Library lovers know this only too well. How privileged are librarians as guardians of a sacred treasure that they are witness to the  curiosity and excitement for reading that represents the first glimmer of hope present in the eyes of a child..."

        • Prof.Dr. Sedat Sever

          From the preschool period onwards the interaction of children with books is one of the most important factors in determining their education in terms of emotions and thoughts. It is known that age appropriate quality books enable children to gain new experiences and thus contribute significantly to their development processes. It is a fact that continuing and intensive academic efforts are required to ensure that children and young people acquire a reading habit through those concerned with this in libraries being able to sufficiently understand the importance of the role of quality books. Establishing a role in children and young people acquiring a culture of reading from the preschool period onwards, national cultural and educational policies becoming a fundamental priority, the processes of acquiring a culture of reading and national policies of libraries should all be tackled as whole.

        • Prof.Dr.Sedat Sever

          If it will be possible to make reference to a transition from an established societal culture to a culture of reading, the prerequisite is that the primary subject of the culture should move away from being that of an individual and should gain the ability to represent at a societal level. In order for this to be achieved, all the organisations involved in the culture of reading being acquired by children (such as the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Culture & Tourism, the Ministry of Family & Social Policies, the Ministry of Youth & Sports, universities (including research and implementation centres, non-governmental organisations including education trade unions and Children's Trust etc.), publishing houses and artists must take on the responsibility to undertake this. Therefore, it is anticipated that the First International Children's Libraries Symposium will provide an opportunity for those interested in the subject, experts of the field and children's libraries who play an important role in children acquiring a culture of reading to be examined from all angles, for current issues to be established and for recommendations with regard to solutions to be made.

        • Prof.Dr. Colin Heywood

          "Many of us will remember how children's libraries launched us on a lifetime of reading interesting books. This conference provides an opportunity for interested parties to explore a whole range of very practical issues from a twenty-first century perspective."

        • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Erol Yılmaz

          "The wide-ranging investments to be made in children’s libraries are investments that will contribute to a more developed, prosperous and peaceful Turkey as children’s libraries possess the same vital importance as mainstream educational institutions in terms of raising well-equipped individuals who as children under the umbrella of ‘users’ will fill children’s libraries and will benefit from countless and free library services."

        Tickets
        500
        Discussions
        200
        Subscribers
        1000
        Visitors
        1050
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        Location of Symposium and Transportation Details

        Otel Name
        Address
        Ürgüp
        Nevşehir