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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 4th Edition… (edició 2009)

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YAttitude is back and better than ever in the 4th edition of the best-selling Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, created by former author, trainer, and inspirational speaker Patrick Jones. Co-authors Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop have updated and revised this edition to address the latest trends and best practices in teen services, including programming, marketing and promotion, collection development, technology, outreach, library spaces for teens, and more. This expanded edition includes exciting new research about the teen brain, the latest in technology and social networking, and an information-packed new chapter on information literacy. The accompanying CD-ROM includes updated core documents, sample forms, surveys, and other planning tools that can be personalized to best meet the needs of your public library or school library media center, including: * Information Literacy Exercises * Progressive Discipline Policy for Youth * Sample Teen Volunteer, Intern, and Employee Applications * Teen Comment Card Template * Planning Form for Developing a New Teen Space * Teen Focus Group Guide * Form Letter for Soliciting Partners/Sponsors for Teen Programming * Sample Booktalk Evaluation Form Whether you are teen librarian, library generalist, or graduate student searching for new information about how to best serve teens in libraries, this is the book for you.… (més)
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Títol:Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 4th Edition (How-to-Do-It Manuals)
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Two excellent teen public librarians have combined their talents to produce a major and practical guide for interesting teens in libraries and their programming. The pair begin with the major ideas of teen services and understanding the teen as a human being (is that an oxymoron?) then covering ideas for working with the group, the collections to build, teaching them information literacy, booktalking, programming, space and promotion, using technology, involving the teens themselves in the services, and ending with a chapter on issues that one is likely to encounter. This book is a likely candidate for a teen course in graduate library school and its value to teacher librarians is to understand ways that public librarians are likely to design their services so that the school library media program can fold into and address a comprehensive approach to this age group. The CD contains many usable forms and ideas for reproduction
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YAttitude is back and better than ever in the 4th edition of the best-selling Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, created by former author, trainer, and inspirational speaker Patrick Jones. Co-authors Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop have updated and revised this edition to address the latest trends and best practices in teen services, including programming, marketing and promotion, collection development, technology, outreach, library spaces for teens, and more. This expanded edition includes exciting new research about the teen brain, the latest in technology and social networking, and an information-packed new chapter on information literacy. The accompanying CD-ROM includes updated core documents, sample forms, surveys, and other planning tools that can be personalized to best meet the needs of your public library or school library media center, including: * Information Literacy Exercises * Progressive Discipline Policy for Youth * Sample Teen Volunteer, Intern, and Employee Applications * Teen Comment Card Template * Planning Form for Developing a New Teen Space * Teen Focus Group Guide * Form Letter for Soliciting Partners/Sponsors for Teen Programming * Sample Booktalk Evaluation Form Whether you are teen librarian, library generalist, or graduate student searching for new information about how to best serve teens in libraries, this is the book for you.

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