Teen Spaces on a Dime
Large or small, bright and colorful or muted and calm, teen spaces are a critical part of the library. But for many libraries on a tight budget, creating a teen space can be a challenge. Join Katherine Trouren Trend for a practical discussion on how to work with the available resources in your library to create a dynamic and vibrant teen space. Katherine will discuss how participants can work with their teens to build a flexible and creative physical space that incorporates the expectations of 21st century teens. Katherine will also discuss how to build engaging virtual spaces for teens.
Participants will learn:
practical tips on how to create a teen space with available resources
practical tips on how to create an engaging virtual teen space
how to incorporate the expectations of 21st century teens into space design
best practices and practical advice in giving teens ownership of their space
Who Should Attend
Young adult librarians, school librarians, teachers, administrators, and any literacy-focused professional who works directly with teens and tweens. Certificates of participation are available for webinar attendees who attend the entire 1 hour webinar.
Katherine Trouern-Trend is a Youth Services Librarian at the Hartford Public Library in Hartford, CT. She is a 2010 graduate of Simmons College, GSLIS. She is Vice-Chair of Ethnic and Multicultural Information Exchange Roundtable, serves on ACRL’s Rare Books and Manuscripts, Diversity Committee and is an administrator for YALSA’s managing-yaservices listserv. Katherine is continually inspired by the youth who are a part of her life. She maintains a blog http://katherinettrend.wordpress.com/
How to Register
Registration is also available with a purchase order or by mail. Please download this form and submit with a purchase order or check. Faxed or mailed registrations must be received by the Monday prior to the Thursday webinar.
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