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Young People’s views on libraries

The Association for Senior Children’s and Education Librarians (ASCEL) are currently working on identifying  a set of principles for working with young people to help shape the way in which libraries work with borrowers this age.

The first stage is to ask these young people (13-24 years) their views on how they think libraries (school or public) should work with young people.

Please could you share the link with the young people with whom you work? The deadline for responses is 2nd Jan 2019.


This is the link to the survey:

https://mmu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/working-with-young-people-in-libraries-2

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