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On February 6th the Nova Scotia Provincial Library will host the Education Institute audio conference “Tell me a Story! Using storytelling in the library” with Angela Reynolds. Participants will re-discover the uses of storytelling in the library setting, get tips on how, why, and when to use storytelling, how to develop quick, interactive stories, and how to get an audience for storytelling. 

The Benefits:
Learn how and when to include storytelling in library programs 
Discover new resources for stories that work with or without props 
Find out about story props and hear how to use them 

Who Should Participate? 
Public and school librarians who want to enhance their programs with storytelling tips learned in this session. 

Key Topics:
The role of storytelling in learning 
Storytelling as a cultural art form 
Storytelling for beginners 
Resources for storytelling 
Using storytelling in the library 
How to build an audience for storytelling 

Angela Reynolds 
Angela Reynolds is currently the Head of the Children's and Young Adult Department for the Annapolis Valley Regional Library in Nova Scotia. She has been a children's librarian and storyteller for over 10 years. Angela has been involved in presenting at, and producing storytelling festivals, telling stories in many venues, and creating story lovers across the US and Canada. 

Developed for The Education Institute by the Nova Scotia Library Association. 

Time: Tuesday, February 6th, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Place: Conference Room, Nova Scotia Provincial Library, 3770 Kempt Road, Halifax
This session is free; parking is available in front of the building.

Please respond to Carol Morris at [log in to unmask] or by phone at 424-2477 if you would like to attend this session.  

We respectfully request that you refrain from wearing any scented products, including perfume, hair spray, cologne, deodorant, etc. and we thank you for your cooperation.