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The whole library handbook : teen services, edited by Heather Booth and Karen Jensen

The whole library handbook : teen services
The whole library handbook
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teen services
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edited by Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
ALA's popular and respected Whole Library Handbook series continues with a volume specifically geared towards those who serve young adults, gathering stellar articles and commentary from some of the country's most innovative and successful teen services librarians. Sections focusing on practice, theory, and the philosophical underpinnings of the profession are supported by current research and historical perspectives
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The whole library handbook : teen services, edited by Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
The whole library handbook : teen services, edited by Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Karen Jensen and Heather Booth
  • GLBTQ materials in your teen collection
  • Christie Ross Gibrich
  • Boys in collection development and library service
  • Torey Maldonado
  • Collection development mindful of people of color in YA literature
  • Debbie Reese
  • Reaching reluctant readers, like me
  • Kelly Milner Halls
  • Critical issues in juvenile detention center libraries
  • Jeanie Austin
  • Reading in the dark: Boys, their books, and the search for answers
  • Social media and the relational reading revolution
  • Karen Jensen
  • Appendices.
  • Appendix A.
  • A sample teen services plan
  • Karen Jensen ;
  • Appendix B.
  • Your teen volunteer plan
  • Karen Jensen ;
  • Appendix C.
  • Eric Devine
  • Your teen-driven program plan
  • Karen Jensen ;
  • Appendix D.
  • Marketing resources: A guide with annotations
  • Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
  • Who are we?:
  • What does it mean to be a teen services librarian?
  • Karen Jensen
  • Same pattern, different cloth: School and public librarians
  • Naomi Bates
  • What does customer service to teens look like?
  • Karen Jensen
  • Who are teens?:
  • Friend, advisor, enforcer, professional: Relating to teens as a YA librarian
  • Maggie Hommel Thomann
  • Where's the handbook for that?
  • Karen Jensen
  • The importance of networking in the life of a teen librarian
  • Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
  • What's in your files?: What to ditch, what to keep, and for how long
  • Heather Booth
  • Get your reading habits organized
  • Allison Tran
  • Defining the local teen community
  • Growing a young adult librarian
  • Margaret Redrup-May
  • Teen services.
  • An introduction to the teen services plan
  • Karen Jensen
  • Teens on the platform: YALSA's national teen space guidelines
  • Katherine Trouern-Trend
  • Evaluation: Is where you begin where you end?
  • Karen Jensen and Heather Booth
  • Teen librarian advocacy 101
  • Heather Booth
  • Karen Jensen
  • Programming.
  • An introduction to teen programming
  • Karen Jensen
  • Technology programming and teens
  • Stacy Vandever Wells
  • Making/art: A flexible model for teen services
  • Erinn Batykefer
  • Author visits
  • Kristin Trevino and Allison Jenkins
  • What's hot, what's so yesterday, and how to keep up
  • Gaming in libraries
  • Justin Hoenke
  • Self-directed and free-range programming
  • Karen Jensen
  • Collections.
  • Collection development: Making the case for teen collections
  • Karen Jensen
  • Teen collection development outline
  • Karen Jensen
  • Are all lists created equal?
  • Heather Booth
  • Casey Rawson
  • Weeding
  • Heather Booth
  • YA book blogs and how they can help you develop your collection
  • Abby Johnson and Melissa Wheelock-Diedrichs
  • The next big thing in e-books
  • Erin Bush
  • Booktalking: Tips for a pro
  • Joni Richards Bodart
  • Readers' advisory: Listening is an act of love
  • Fast facts for librarians about the teenage brain
  • Heather Booth
  • Readers' advisory for teens
  • Heather Booth
  • Awards, lists, reviews and readers' advisory possibilities
  • Francisca Goldsmith
  • Are you reading YA lit?: You should be
  • Gretchen Kolderup
  • Marketing.
  • Marketing: An introduction
  • Karen Jensen
  • Heather Booth
  • Crafting your marketing plan
  • Karen Jensen
  • Graphic design basics for non-graphic designers
  • Karen Jensen and Heather Booth
  • Merchandising 101: Marketing to teens in the library
  • Karen Jensen
  • Booktalking in your local schools as a marketing opportunity
  • Karen Jensen
  • Make the most of your teen services social media
  • Karen Jensen
  • Teen development: The 40 developmental assets
  • Involvement.
  • Teen involvement: Putting the teen in your teen services
  • Karen Jensen
  • Keeping the teen advisory board relevant and real
  • Amy Alessio
  • Issues.
  • Intellectual freedom and the teen librarian
  • Heather Booth and Karen Jensen
  • Evaluating materials for a diverse collection
  • Christie Ross Gibrich and Heather Booth
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