Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Teens Planning their own Summer Reading Program

This blog post on the YALSA blog is a great example of getting Teens involved in their library. This library gave over the planning of the Summer Reading program to their Teen Advisory Board. This new approach to library programming is great for actively involving teens in their library.  Allowing the Teen advisory board to create the theme and programs for the Summer Reading at the library will almost definitely guarantee a popular program that teens are sure to enjoy because they created it. This is a creative way to give teens what they want and insure a summer reading program that has the "cool" factor (whatever that may be).  

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