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Welcome to September's YA Forum where we'll discuss the issue of eContent and Teen Services.  Sarah Sogigian, Advisor  for Youth Services for the Massachusetts  Library System, is our moderator for this month's discussion. To kick off our week's discussion, we're wondering, what kinds of professional development on eContent would help you be better prepared for the constant changes in technology in our world?

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Online Doc Cool Teen Programs Table of Contents

by Stephanie Kuenn (staff) on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 07:25 pm

Table of Contents for YALSA's Cool Teen Programs for under $100

Part II: The Programs

Chapter 3: Brain Power: Being Smart Is an Art 000

Battle of the Brains 000

College Night 000

Quiz Night 000

Chapter 4: Do-It-Yourself: Get Crafty and Express Yourself in Any Medium 000

Bangles, Baubles, and Beads: Jewelry Making for Teens 000

Bleached Tees: Do-It-Yourself 000

CD Clocks 000

The Decorated Page 000

Duct Tape Mania 000

Teen Knitting Group 000

Teen Sew Club 000

Table of Contents for YALSA's Cool Teen Programs for under $100

Part II: The Programs

Chapter 3: Brain Power: Being Smart Is an Art 000

Battle of the Brains 000

College Night 000

Quiz Night 000

Chapter 4: Do-It-Yourself: Get Crafty and Express Yourself in Any Medium 000

Bangles, Baubles, and Beads: Jewelry Making for Teens 000

Bleached Tees: Do-It-Yourself 000

CD Clocks 000

The Decorated Page 000

Duct Tape Mania 000

Teen Knitting Group 000

Teen Sew Club 000

Xeenage (Teen Zines) 000

Chapter 5: Food for Thought: Make It, Eat It, Share It 000

Canned Food Art 000

Cooking for Young Adults 000

Sensational Smoothies 000

Sushi Social 000

Teen Iron Chef 000

Chapter 6: Gaming: Anyone Can Play, with Consoles, Board Games, and More 000

Battle of the Air Bands 000

Creativity Challenge 000

Meet the Beatles 000

Monopoly Tournament 000

National Treasure Hunt 000

Totally Teen Tuesdays—Bingo 000

Wii-Lympics 000

Chapter 7: Onstage: Giving Teens a Chance to Shine 000

Annual Murder Mystery 000

Food Fear Factor: Do You Dare Eat That? 000

Get Your Laugh On 000

Step Dancing Workshop 000

Teen Improv Comedy 000

Chapter 8: Serving the Underserved: New Ideas for Unique Teen Needs 000

Día de los Muertos 000

College Application Essay Workshop 000

Raising Readers 000

Teen Storytime 000

Chapter 9: Tech: From PCs to Megapixels and Wiis to Webcasts 000

Faculty Simpsons Avatars: Re-Imaging Yourself and Your Librarians  000

Cyber Summer Reading Challenge 000

ICTeenCast 000

Virtual Author Visit 000

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Online Doc Sara Kelly Johns

by Phyllis Fisher on Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 09:05 pm

This is a sharing of opinion for consideration of one of ours for ALA president.

The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) is a national association of librarians, library workers and advocates whose mission is to expand and strengthen library services for teens, aged 12-18. Through its member-driven advocacy, research, and professional development initiatives, YALSA builds the capacity of libraries and librarians to engage, serve and empower teens.

Learn more about YALSA on the ALA website.

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