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2009 Second International Conference: School Library Development in Rural China – Getting the Basics Right

Overview
The 2009 ‘School Library Development in Rural China’ conference in Shanghai brought together a broad range of participants, including policy makers, donors, researchers, practitioners and service providers.

It provided a structured opportunity for those involved to share their experiences about implementing programs to encourage and facilitate reading for pleasure among young people in school and community settings in Mainland China, and to critically analyze models of best practice.

The progress of the Foundation's project on "Implementation and Testing of Pilot Reading and Library Service Models in Rural China" was also presented.

CONVENORS:

Mr. James Henri, President, International Association of School Librarianship
Mr. Peter Warning, Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong

Speakers
Professor Sy-ying LEE Professor James HENRI Mr. Peter WARNING

Professor Sy-ying LEE
Chair, Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics, National Taipei University, Taiwan

Professor James HENRI
President, International Association of School Librarianship
Mr. Peter WARNING
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
Mr. Xing-Yang CUI Ms. Xue-Mei CHEN Professor Wen-Pao LIN
Mr. Xing-Yang CUI
Principal, Changfeng Primary School, Hefei, Anhui, China
Ms. Xue-Mei CHEN
Principal, Tunxilu Primary School, Hefei, Anhui, China
Professor Wen-Pao LIN
Professor Emeritus, National Taitung University, Taiwan
Ms. Ruby CHU Ms. Shirley PAN Mr. Alan WU
Ms. Ruby CHU
Program Coordinator,
Feng Zikai Children's
Picture Book Award
Ms. Shirley PAN
Founder and Chairman,
Shanghai Cherished
Dreams Foundation
Mr. Alan WU
Founder and General Secretary, Shanghai Cherished Dreams Foundation
Professor Yong-Xin ZHU    
Professor Yong-Xin ZHU
Vice-chairman,
China Association for Promoting Democracy Central Committe
   
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