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by Miranda Doyle

eBook 101+ Great Ideas for Teen Library Web Sites (Teens @ the Library) (Teens @ the Library) download ISBN: 1555705936
Author: Miranda Doyle
Publisher: Neal-Schuman Publishers (February 23, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 307
ePub: 1980 kb
Fb2: 1970 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: doc mbr lrf azw
Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

Although written for library professionals and library Web site designers, the focus here is solidly on end users, today's Internet-savvy teenagers. Everyone who serves teens in libraries will find something useful in this book

Although written for library professionals and library Web site designers, the focus here is solidly on end users, today's Internet-savvy teenagers. This extremely well-written book will appeal to non-techies as well as to those with advanced experience in creating Web sites. Everyone who serves teens in libraries will find something useful in this book. The theme is that teens are experienced tech users, and libraries need to make their online presence as inviting and informative as their physical space.

Teens want their own space online, and with the help of this new book, you can create a teen library site that's cutting-edge, engaging, and effective in connecting young adults to your library. Here you'll find inspiring examples and ideas from ground-breaking teen librarians across the country. From ready reference and homework help to forums for creative expression and Teens want their own space online, and with the help of this new book, you can create a teen library site that's cutting-edge, engaging, and effective in connecting young adults to your library.

Teens want their own space online, and with the help of this new book, you can create a teen library . 101+ Teen Programs that Work: More. Doyle offers ideas for providing online workshops and instruction, homework help, reference services, reader's advisory programming, summer reading, and more via your Web site.

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Think of your library s teen Web site as Their Space Teens want their own space online, and with the help of this new book, you can create a teen library site that. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 292-298) and index.

Library ideas - teens. What others are saying. A lot of libraries have booths for teens. This would be great for group projects. It would need to be really durable material though. I like this idea of putting 2 in front of the window! A lot of libraries have booths for teens.

This book on teen programming is broken down into several sections. The first part of the book focuses on making the recommendation to have teen programming. Apparently many libraries today have ample programming targted towards junior high aged children and younger, but not much for teenagers themselves. Making the case for teen programming is a multi-facted issue, as there's both worries about funds at hand, and also the fact that stereotypically, teens don't attend programming all that often.

They may also enjoy helping to shelve books because they will discover a lot of new titles when they’re in the stacks.

Teen Tech Week has been awesome so far! Check out these super cool DIY projects using keyboard keys the teens made yesterday at our first ever makerspace! Moorpark City Library. Popsicle Stick Architecture Flickr - Photo Sharing! Jacob Wall. Cultural Crafts Marshmallows Engineering Projects Cool Science Experiments Story Of The World Fun Math Math Games Maths Mystery Of History.

Think of your library s teen Web site as Their Space Teens want their own space online, and with the help of this new book, you can create a teen library site that s cuttingedge, engaging, and effective in connecting young adults to your library. Here you ll find inspiring examples and ideas from ground-breaking teen librarians across the country. Doyle offers ideas for providing online workshops and instruction, homework help, reference services, reader s advisory, programming, summer reading, and more via your Web site. In addition to outlining the musthaves of a teen site, she demonstrates innovative uses for the latest technologies, including: Podcasts Instant messaging Blogs Discussion lists RSS feeds Wikis Texting And more