It seems to be a common lament among teen services library workers: you work hard developing programs that the teens tell you that they want, but your attendance is still low! Where’s the disconnect? Jennifer Velasquez discusses how library workers can and should involve teens in the program planning process from start to finish, while re-imagining a new type of role for themselves that focuses more on strategy, program consistency, and building metrics into programs.
- Strategies for involving teens in the program planning and implementation process
- Tips for re-imagining the teen services library worker's role in the planning process
- Learning how to advocate for increased teen responsibility by linking it to your library's overall mission
Who Should Attend
- Teen services librarians
- Public library workers
- School library workers
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Non-Members may register for this on-demand webinar using the registration link which will be provided in this space beginning December 19.
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