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Teen Read Week and Teen Tech Week : tips and resources for YALSA's initiatives / edited by Megan Fink.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Best of YALS series.
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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM Z718.5 .T44 2011 (Text) 00000105130553 General book Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780838985595 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0838985599 (alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: vii, 133 pages ; 28 cm.
  • Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, 2011.

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General Note:
Articles originally published in the journal Young adult library services.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Powering up with print / by Patrick Jones -- Perspectives on practice : young adult collections / by Mary K. Chelton -- Break through to the other side : get adult services staff to buy into Teen Read Week / by Carla Land -- Academic librarians organize sixth grade reading club / by Iona Malanchuk -- Crafting cheap and successful teen programs / by Charli Osborne -- Book vs. the movie / by Jessie Vieau -- Write here, write now : holding a creative writing workshop series at your library / by Heather Prichard -- Lessons illustrated by Teen Read Week / by Jennifer Velasquez -- Go ahead, judge a book by its cover / by Darcy Lohmiller -- Emergence of spoken word recordings for YA audiences / by Francisca Goldsmith -- Reading : it's not just about the books / by Linda Braun -- What do you want to tell us about reading? : a survey of the habits and attitudes of urban middle school students / by Sandra Hughes-Hassell -- I got graphic! / by Jodi Lockbee -- Ways to promote teen reading / by CD McLean -- Get real! : book talking nonfiction for TRW / by Jane Charles -- Teen Read Week collaboration / by Megan Fink -- Popular culture and teens / by Kimberlee Ried and Kaite Mediatore Stover -- Easy on the eyes : large print books for teens / by Elizabeth Burns -- Teen tech squad : Hennepin County Library / by Cynthia Matthias and Christy Mulligan -- What? No books? / by Julie Scordato -- Online homework help / by Judy Michaelson -- Teen Tech Week on a budget / by Jami Schwarzwalder -- Free online tools for serving teens : four verbs to live by and great technologies to try / by Mary Fran Daley -- Now is the time / by Kim Herrington -- Alex, iPods and my wildest dreams / by Shonda Brisco -- Teen book discussions go online / by Cathy Rettberg -- All thumbs isn't a bad thing / by Beth Saxton -- Gaming in libraries 2.0 / by Katherine Makers -- Bending circuits and making music / by Camden Tadhg -- What teens want : what librarians can learn from MTV / by Erin Helmrich -- Advocating for teens' technological needs : a q&a with Stephen Abram / by YALSA's Technology for Young Adults Committee -- Partnerships for Teen Tech Week / by Stephanie Iser -- Marketing the homework center digitally / by Suellen S. Adams -- Technology for every teen @ your library / by Vikki Terrile -- Appendix A. YALSA white papers -- Appendix B. YALSA's social networking toolkit -- Appendix C. YALSA's ultimate teen bookshelf -- Appendix D. Publicity templates for Teen Read Week and Teen Tech Week.
Subject: Young adults' libraries > United States.
Libraries and teenagers > United States.
Young adults' libraries > Activity programs > United States.
Young adults' libraries > Information technology > United States.
Teenagers > Books and reading > United States.

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Best of YALS series.

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