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Saturday, February 8 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Genrefication in Action: How You Can Genrefy for Any Library (K-12)

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Genrefication is a great tool to help students more easily navigate your library. Students can find books more easily. Genrefication can also help make collection development and shelving easier. The process seems daunting and a bit scary, but genrefying your library is not one size fits all. It is a spectrum and can look a myriad of different ways to fit different libraries, students, and budgets. This session will go through several options for how to genrefy a library, the pros and cons of each, budgetary constraints, time constraints, etc. to help you build a plan for how you can work towards a genrefied library.

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Shail Engstrom

Shail Engstrom is a District Librarian working in Perris, CA. She has a Master's Degree in Library and Information science from San Jose State University and has worked as a classified library tech, teacher librarian at a school site and now at the district level. Her work has been... Read More →


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