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Teen Summer Library Programs I  Webinar

Plan your summer in the middle of winter. No need to travel; just take an hour out of your day to learn great ideas for 2015 teen and adult summer library programming.

2/4/2015
When: 2/4/15
10:00 AM
Where: Online
Contact: Racheal
513-751-4422 x10


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Unmask the Possibilities: Teen Summer Reading Webinar I

Plan your summer in the middle of winter.  No need to travel; just take an hour out of your day to learn great ideas for 2015 teen and adult summer library programming.

The Regional Library Systems and State Library will again produce teen and adult Summer Reading Program mini-workshops by webinar in February 2015. Each webinar will run from 10:00 am - 11:00 am.  Registration is $15 per session.

Speakers:

  • Join Elyse Barrère, Young Adult Librarian of Los Angeles Public Library as shares her displays and decorations for her library’s teen area.

  • Pamela Jayne and Jake Moore of Boone County Public Library in Kentucky will discuss Coding in Libraries.  While teens are on computers or mobile devices for most of the day, many do not understand how these devices work.  Boone County Public Library has created several programs that allow teens to interact with technology in a new way.  Discover how BCPL created coding events for teens, and learn about resources that can help you implement similar programs with little experience.  
  • Lastly, you will hear from Nathan Swartzendruber, SWON Libraries talking about maps and HOT mapping.

Take a look at the other Summer Reading webinars:

 

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