Literature for Children and Young Adults
Graduate students in Ohio State’s Literature for Children and Young Adults specialization pursue deep study of the history, evolution and current trends in children’s and young adult literature from nationally and internationally recognized scholars.
Enhance your knowledge, abilities and career through membership with the ALA. Continuing education, networking, scholarships and more are available.
A professional home for students preparing for careers as literacy educators. Expand your expertise and start your teaching career with tools and resources from NCTE.
AERA offers a rich array of programs and services for students through its divisions, special interest groups, and the Graduate Student Council for professional development, mentoring and networking.
A professional community of children’s literature enthusiasts, a part of the National Council of Teachers of English who advocate the centrality of literature in children’s academic and personal lives.
Jonda McNair, Charlotte S. Huck Endowed Professor of Children's Literature, published an article in The Reading Teacher on the value of peritextual book features.
Research by PhD student Nithya Sivashankar will help adults engage children ages 10 and younger in mindful reading.
PhD student earns university's presidential fellowship for research on young adult diary books.
Professor Cynthia A. Tyson was a guest on the podcast “3 Questions” to discuss the use of multicultural literature to increase student engagement.