Tag Archives: Youth Services

PLAN Webinar: Introduction to Snapchat with Laura Solomon (Live)

You’ve heard that all the teens are using Snapchat…but are they? Is it a good fit for libraries? Get the answer to these questions and a lot more about this popular social media channel. We’ll examine current demographics and use … Continue reading

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PLAN FLYP Workshop

Youth services staff members from across the Panhandle will get together on February 9, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. CT (10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET) at the Bay County Public Library in Panama City, Florida to share … Continue reading

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Chat with Jana – Discussion -Everything Old is New Again

We are hosting this online opportunity for youth services staff to discuss issues with other youth services staff. During this event we will discuss: Recycling program ideas and activities Utilizing programs and ideas found online and in manuals Librarians who … Continue reading

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Libraries as Family Literacy and School Readiness Support

School readiness is the process of early learning when children gain the skills and attitudes to learn and thrive in school. Early learning is rooted in strong parent-child relationships and family well-being. This webinar will show how best practices and … Continue reading

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Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: Storytimes and Early Childhood Research

Head, shoulders knees and toes, knees and toes! Storytimes are a wonderful place for us to interact with our families, but why do we do them? Susan Mankowski will highlight early childhood research that supports what we do and how … Continue reading

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SEFLIN Boot Camp: Teen Services Essentials (Face-to-Face)

Explore the ever-changing world of teen services! Learn useful tips and techniques for working with young adults that support YALSA’s “Teens Deserve the Best” requirements for libraries. Discussion will focus on best practices for interacting with teens, working with teens … Continue reading

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Keeping Track: Summer Statistics and You

Summer will soon be upon us. And now is the time to be reconnected on how to keep summer statistics before and during summer of 2015. This webinar will be an opportunity to show youth staff the website where they … Continue reading

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PLAN – Successful STEM Programs for Children Ages 5 ‐ 11

This full-day workshop will introduce and demonstrate the need for STEM programming in the library. Attendees will learn ways to incorporate science, technology, engineering, and math into programming for children ages 5 – 11 with examples of hands-on activities that … Continue reading

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Be A Hero: Programming Ideas for Children

Every summer you are a hero in your community. Refresh and renew yourself with this fun-filled webinar full of inexpensive, easy to implement programming ideas to use this summer. Zap, Bam, Vroom into summer. In this webinar Kim Lehman will … Continue reading

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Unmask! Teen Summer Reading Program 2015

Join dynamic presenter Michelle Beebower for an exciting journey through the 2015 Teen Summer Reading Program.  Get great teen activity and programming ideas for the heroes-themed “Unmask!” program.  Learn about some of the great tools available in the program manual, … Continue reading

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