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Becoming a Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Judge

 Export to Your Calendar 17/07/2019
When: 12:30
Where: Online webinar
United Kingdom
Contact: Juanita Foster-Jones
020 7255 0500


Online registration is available until: 17/07/2019
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Becoming a Carnegie & Kate Greenaway judge

Join members of CILIP’s Youth Libraries Group (YLG) in this free webinar for an insight into what being a Carnegie and Kate Greenaway judge involves and advice on how to apply.


Being a Carnegie and Kate Greenaway judge is a rewarding and career-enhancing experience, described by many past judges as their “career highlight”. Find out how you can join the judging panel and influence the future of the awards. This webinar, run by CKG Coordinator, Amy McKay, will explore:

  • The benefits of judging
  • The expectations placed on judges and how YLG can help you achieve them
  • Access to judging for those not currently working with children or young people
  • The experiences of past and present judges
  • What the Chair of Judges 2021 will be looking for from her judges
  • How judging benefits employers and organisations
  • How to apply to be a judge and what to put in your application statement.


There will also be time for you to ask questions.
This webinar will be insightful for any professionals interested in the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals and how they are judged.


Biographies

Amy McKay is a school librarian in Corby, Northamptonshire.  She was School Librarian of the Year 2016-17 and has been CKG Coordinator since 2014. She is passionate about children’s literature, encouraging reading for pleasure and CKG.

 

 

Ellen KrajewskiEllen Krajewski is a school librarian in Hertfordshire. She is involved with many library organisations and groups including YLG, SLG and SLA. She was a CKG judge in 2012, 2013 and 2016. She will chair the judging panel in 2021.

 

 

JennieJennie Hillyard is the Library and Archives Manager at the Common Room in Newcastle upon Tyne which manages the collections of the Mining Institute.  Being a CKG judge enabled her to reconnect with her interest in children's fiction despite not having any at work!

 

 

CharlotteCharlotte Arthur is the Specialist and Outreach Services Manager for Hounslow Libraries.  She was a CKG Judge in 2013 & 2014, and line manages a current judge.

 


This webinar is open to all for free.

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