Are your teen patrons fantasy fans? What about those who are more interested in realistic fiction? How do you plan teen library programs that will appeal to them all?
Amy Alessio will present step-by-step instructions for planning genre-based teen programs. She’ll cover:
- Ideas for limited library budgets
- Program-specific details about supplies, preparation time, setup, and marketing tactics
- Strategies on how to avoid potential problems
Leave this presentation with book trends, titles and program ideas for teens that you can implement at your library. Suitable for young adult librarians in public libraries, school library media specialists, and all adult and young adult services staff serving teens.
Virtual Trainer: Amy Alessio
Amy Alessio is an award winning teen librarian with a black belt in karate. Her latest co-authored reference titles: A Year of Programs for Millennials and A Year of Club Programs for Teens, were published by American Library Association Editions in 2015. She has enjoyed teaching webinars on library programming since 2014. She reviews mysteries and romances for Booklist. Learn more at www.amyalessio.com.
This is an online class. Access information will be emailed one week ahead.
Cost: NEFLIN classes are free of charge for Florida library staff. Registration is required for all classes and NEFLIN members get priority.