Teen Services 101

Teen Services 101

Basic Elements of a Teen Services Plan

A Teen Services Plan Example

A Teen Programming Primer

What does customer service to teens look like?

Networking part 1, part 2

Booktalk It! Creating a booktalk program to network with schools

Contests, everyone's a winner

Using Social Media to engage teens, including contests

Gaming @ the Library

Teen Tech 12

Empowering teens and creating buy-in

Putting the "Teen" in your Teen Space

The Unconventional Summer Reading Club

Relational Reading Revolution

Cut through the static, get feedback

I'm Nobody, Who Are You? (Why we teen librarians should talk to each other)

Are You Nobody Too?  There's a pair of us. (How to get started with your own librarian network)

Advocacy & Marketing

Libraries are the Beating Heart (of our communities) An advocacy piece with great infographics to use in promoting libraries.

Why Turning Our Libraries into Wal Mart is a Bad Idea

Advocacy 101: Be seen, Be felt, Be heard

Marketing Teen Services to Non Teen Services Staff, part 1

Marketing Teen Services to Non Teen Services Staff, a teen services plan example

A Teen Programming Primer

Don't Underestimate the Value of "Hanging Out" (more about programming)

The "Be"-Attitudes of Communicating with Staff

Verb Up Your Image

Generating Marketing Creativity with iPhone Apps

Graphic Design for Teen Librarians

Making the Most of Your Teen Services FB Page

Saving Big with Your Library: marketing the value of your library to current culture

Booktrailers

Creating a great teen services website, an example and some tips

Thinking Out Loud: Marketing and the library lock-in

Thinking Out Loud: More marketing and the library lock-in

Rebuttal: Marketing and the library lock-in

RA Posters, end cap signs, bookmarks and more

Don't Underestimate the Value of Twitter

Pinterest

1 comment:

  1. Ann Conway(11/07/2012

    I am interested in finding programming for "special education teens". I have a group of 14 who come every week. Any ideas about activities/programming/lessons that might be usable for this group. I recently did a demo of "Playaways" - they were very receptive...but I need some more engaging ideas...

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