It’s here! Literacy Week 2015 is with us. To celebrate our network is showcasing all the amazing work that our members do across Europe for Adult Literacy.
From the 8th of September until the 17th of September our network members will make recordings of public readings of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. We will upload these recordings as well as details about the literacy work we do in our libraries all over Europe to this page and our YouTube channel.
The map below illustrates the diversity and geographical spread of our network.
Next week is Literacy Week starting with International Literacy Day on the 8th of September.
Our network is getting involved. We want to showcase all the amazing literacy work that libraries do across Europe. During Literacy Week we will have an interactive map of Europe available on our website. We will upload videos and images of members of our network reading Alice In Wonderland in our libraries. You can be involved too.
If you would like to take part this is what you need to do:
- Make an audio or video recording of yourself reading Alice In Wonderland to Adults or Children in your library.
- Write a short description of the work that you do in your library for literacy.
- We will then upload your recording and details to our map on the location that it was recorded.
- Your recording must not be longer than 5 minutes.
We have created a public folder on Google Drive for you to upload the recordings. Click on this link to access it.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or find us on Twitter @literacyeurope for more details.