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Bookbugs digital future

Whilst at the Information Literacy Forum last year I enjoyed meeting  and chatting with Ruth Grindley, Early Years Digital Projects Manager with the Scottish Book Trust.  Ruth was telling me about the development of a new digital strand to the Bookbug programme.  This will  provide families and practitioners with the opportunity to become more digitally confident and help shape Bookbugs digital future.

Here are the links to  two blog posts that she sent me giving the background and more information.

There is also a ‘virtual advisory group’ that has been set up comprising of interested parties from a variety of different backgrounds, parents and professionals who have or work with young children to discuss the project and share ideas. If you would be interested in joining Ruth's contact details are on the links to the blog posts above.

The National Literacy Trust have a website listing  good literacy apps for early years which is worth a look too.

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