Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses writing and more with South Carolina author, Robbie Boman. Robbie is the author of Miracles of South Carolina, More Miracles of South Carolina, and Miracles of the Upstate. She has written for South Carolina newspapers and was an adjunct English instructor at North Greenville University. You can find Robbie's books available through your local public library or on Amazon.com.
Dr. Curtis Rogers talks with Brenda Boyd, Reader Advisor for the South Carolina State Library’s Talking Book Services. Brenda is the 2019 Julie Klauber National Community Service Award winner and hosts the Talking Book Services Digital Books and Friends' Book Club.
- 2019 Talking Book Services Student Art Awards Ceremony Photos on Flickr
- Discus – SC’s Virtual Library Novelist Plus Database
- BARD and related collection information
- National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled
Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses the South Carolina Association of School Librarians and going back to school during COVID-19 with Michelle Spires and Tamara Cox. Michelle is the association’s Advocacy Chair and is a librarian at the Gray Court-Owings School in Laurens County. Tamara is the SCASL Awards Chairperson, 2019-2020 SCASL School Librarian of the Year, and is a librarian at Wren High School in Anderson County, South Carolina.
- South Carolina Association of School Librarians
- Wren High School
- Gray Court-Owings School
- AccelerateED Task Force
- Discus – South Carolina’s Virtual Library Training Opportunities
Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses home literacy and summer reading with Dr. Eliza Braden, assistant professor of Instruction and Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina’s College of Education.
- Addressing Summer Reading Setback Among Economically Disadvantaged Elementary Students
- Learning from Summer: Effects of Voluntary Summer Learning Programs on Low-Income Urban Youth
- Public Library Summer Programming Is Vital to Communities, SLJ Survey Shows
- Representation of Latinx Immigrants and Immigration in Children’s Literature: A Critical Content Analysis
- Everything Black Is NOT Bad! Families and Teachers Engaging in Critical Discussions around Race
- Beyond Mirrors and Windows: A Critical Content Analysis of Latinx Children’s Books
Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses the summer reading program at the Charleston County (SC) Public Library with Devon Andrews, Programming and Outreach Manager, and Jackie Peters, Children's Programming Coordinator. Learn more about the CCPL summer programming at the CCPL website and also how the South Carolina State Library assists public libraries statewide with summer reading at the SCSL summer reading LibGuide.