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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Making it on the 4th Floor | Chattanooga Public Library
Want to get really excited about ‘Maker Spaces’ in libraries? Read about what the Chattanooga Public Library has done with heretofore storage space. I can’t wait to implement some of their ideas into my next job.Not as large in scope, … Continue reading
K-12 Resource Guide: Resources by Content Area
K-12 Resource Guide: Resources by Content Area. Awesome resource list provided by UW Educational Outreach for those working with youth (children & teens) in the Puget Sound region.
What is Connected Learning?
What is Connected Learning | Connected Learning. I was fortunate enough to attend a CAYAS training (CAYAS is WA state’s youth services special interest group) on “Connected Training on Nov 1st. Although Connected Learning is applicable to all ages, the … Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Learning, Information Science Tagged CAYAS, learning methods, library services, teens Leave a comment
New Literary NF Teen Book: “Fourth Down and Inches: Concussions and Football’s Make-or-Break Moment”
Fourth Down and Inches: Concussions and Football’s Make-or-Break Moment by Carla Killough McClafferty; published Sept 1, 2013; 9781467710671. From this book’s very first account – in 1897 – of the death of University of Georgia college sophomore and defensive lineman,Von Gammon,this book shows how … Continue reading
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October = Teen Read Month
I love that YALSA devotes an entire month to Teen Reading – it offers a great opportunity for going to schools and discussing book titles as well as some great homework help services offered by libraries (like Brainfuse’s daily one-on-one … Continue reading
Posted in Information Science, Uncategorized Tagged top teen reads, YALSA Leave a comment