When: Wednesday, May 12, 10:00-11:30 am
In this interactive webinar facilitated by Ohio trainers Kristin Wilson (Loudonville Public Library), Steve Moser (Dayton Metro Library), and Janet Ingraham Dwyer (State Library of Ohio), you’ll explore key concepts in effective Teen Services, including:
- The importance of giving teens their voice
- Teen growth and development
- Connected Learning
- Computational Thinking
- And more.
Learn why equity, advocacy, and fostering relationships with peers and adults are critical to effective library service to teens. Take advantage of this opportunity to build and develop services for and with teens that will help guarantee that the adolescents you support have what they need for future success.
Register for this special high-level overview for directors and leaders in the library profession by Monday, May 10.
Contact Janet Ingraham Dwyer with any questions.
Transforming Teen Services is a nationwide initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association, which aims to support and elevate teen services in libraries and other learning environments by integrating connected learning, computational thinking, and youth development to help build responsive services for and with teens. An Ohio-based training team facilitates workshops and other learning experiences for Ohio library staff.