I have been asked to serve on a panel of “intrepid” librarians who serve teens, sponsored by WLA’s Youth Services Section (YSS). In this, my first webinar presentation, I will be discussing my programming successes and failing in programming for a teen audience. I have included the synopsis below and hope that this webinar will be helpful to others in the state (or farther away) that also serve teens. Please consider registering (it’s free).
In the second in a series of educational webinars we are coordinating for youth librarians in the state, Teen Services is the focus. These free CE opportunities feature WLA YSS members who are also amazing youth services librarians sharing tips, programs and more to help all of us improve services.
YSS is the proud sponsor of these webinars and hope you not only benefit from them but consider becoming a member of WLA and the YSS section where change for youth in WI happens!
YSS Powerhouse Presents: Teen Services Okay? Better Than Okay!
Join us for a webinar on Mar 31, 2015 at 1:00 PM CDT.
Does it sometimes feel as if teens are from another planet? Speaking a different language? Three WLA Youth Services Section member librarians share their triumphs and tribulations in serving teens, with practical tips and examples on programming, great displays, and teen volunteers. After this webinar you’ll feel better than Okay about your teen services – you’ll feel great! Join panelists Terry Ehle, Youth Services Coordinator, Lester Public Library, Two Rivers; Emily Heideman, Teen Services Librarian, Waupaca Area Library; and Becky Arenivar, Programming Specialist, Prescott Public Library and power up.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Thanks for reading and I hope to see you at the webinar!