Introducing our 2023 Symposium participating authors. We are beyond excited to have for this year's Symposium!
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November 30, 2023, 1:00-2:00 pm CDT
Division Member Price: Free
Ready to learn something new? Sign up for our November Webinar to learn more about an AI Literacy Program for both youth and teens! In this YALSA webinar, Hee Rin Lee and Kahyun Choi will present an open-source AI literacy program that they developed through a grant from IMLS. The program provides youth with core knowledge about AI and its social consequences.
Transforming Teen Services: A Train the Trainer Approach was proposed to address challenges and needs through professional training for library staff across all 50 states and the five U.S. territories in best practices in library programming for/with teens.
Be sure to check out the web page to learn more about the project's history, evaluations, trainers, and applications!
Jason Reynolds is the recipient of the 2023 Margaret A. Edwards Award honoring his significant and lasting contribution to writing for teens for “When I was the Greatest,” “The Boy in the Black Suit,” “All American Boys,” “Ghost” and “Long Way Down.” Jason will be speaking on Sunday, November 12th 2023 at the Symposium conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Young Adult Library Services (YALS) is YALSA's award-winning e-journal, and the preeminent journal on library services for and with teens.
You can now read the YALS Spring/Summer 2022 only for members' only perk and subscription based.