This year's institute topic, SexEd for Librarians, will be a dynamic day of professional development focused on practical implementable strategies for offering accessible, accurate, developmentally appropriate, and inclusive information on sexual and relationship health for youth of all ages and families.|
Speakers and Presenters include:
Cory Silverberg, Keynote Speaker and Author of "Sex is a Funny Word" and "What Makes a Baby"
Lourdes Rivas, Author of "They Call Me Mix/Me Llaman Maestre"
Mariko Tamaki, Author of "Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me" and "This One Summer"
Tentative Schedule of Events*:
8:00 AM Breakfast/Exhibitor Hall
8:30 AM Welcome
8:45-9:45 AM Keynote Presentation
9:50-10:50 AM Breakout Sessions
Option 1: Modeling Consent in Storytime
Option 2: Establishing Healthy Boundaries with Teens
1:00 AM-12:00 PM Panel Presentation
12:00 PM-1:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM-2:15 PM: Providing inclusive sex ed & relationship materials, programming and support for children and caregivers
2:30 PM-3:30 PM Author Panel
3:30 PM-4:00 PM - Author signing
4:00 PM Optional Post-Event Happy Hour
*Schedule of events is subject to change. If you have recommendations for resources, or particular topics/questions you hope to have addressed at the breakout sessions, please contribute to our crowdsource padlet: https://padlet.com/kneeland_andrea/ACL2020
As the Institute takes place in a public building we can not guarantee a scent free space. However we ask all participants to help us make the Institute more accessible by avoiding wearing perfumes or heavy scents.
The library building has fluorescent lights throughout. Some rooms have windows with natural light.
There will be a quiet room in the 5th floor Learning Studio(https://sfpl.org/locations/main-library/the-bridge) available during the hours of the Institute. The room will have seating, water, and a few snacks. If possible the overhead lights will be off. We ask everyone to respect the space and each other by not talking with others or on the phone.
The ACL Institute is held at the main branch of the SF Public Library (https://sfpl.org/locations/main-library) and offers bike parking and information (https://sfpl.org/locations/main-library/about/parking-main-library)about local parking lots.
For accessibility information and questions, please email: ACLinstitute2020@gmail.com
San Francisco Public Library (View)
100 Larkin Street, Koret Auditorium, Lower Level
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|