Bare Bones Young Adult Services
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📒Bare Bones ✍ Mary K. Chelton
✏Bare bones Book Summary : Offers advice on providing young adult services in the public library, discussing collection development, conducting a reference interview, and handling homework
📒Bare Bones Young Adult Services ✍ Renée J. Vaillancourt
✏Bare Bones Young Adult Services Book Summary : Offers librarians advice on working with young adults and coping with troublesome behavior, including guidelines for providing young adults with homework support, website evaluations, and reader advisory.
📒New Directions For Library Service To Young Adults ✍ Patrick Jones
✏New Directions for Library Service to Young Adults Book Summary : Explains how libraries and communities can work together to strike a true partnership with the young adults in their community to develop services for teens that are both collaborative and outcome-driven.
📒Bare Bones Children S Services ✍ Anitra T. Steele
✏Bare Bones Children s Services Book Summary : A companion to the popular Bare Bones Young Adult Services, this handy new reference offers practical insights on the basics of library services for children. The "bare bones" approach recognizes the reality that there are libraries either without or low on children's specialists, due to budget or size constraints or to staff turnover. As children and families continue to be key constituents of the library, it is vital that the staff serving this powerful group knows what works and what doesn't. Quick primer for generalists, this installment in the Bare Bones series covers children's services, programming, and promotion of books and the library, along the way pointing out practical differences between children and adult library users. Written in easy-to-digest modules and packed with helpful tips, this customer-focused book will help you to: Adapt adult reference and readers' advisory skills to your work with children. Offer age-appropriate materials for all levels. Provide homework help. Tell a good story to a captive audience. Set up and publicize programs that build alliances between parents, caretakers, teachers, and librarians. This hands-on summary, full of specific and easy-to-implement ideas, will help you to serve children in the best.
✏Open Forum on Children and Youth Services 1993 Book Summary : Speakers give their views, reactions, suggestions, and proposals on such topics as: current status of library and info. services for elementary and secondary school students; role of school library media centers in achieving the 6 National Education goals; future Federal roles in support of technology and library media programs and services for children and youth from public libraries; role of public and school libraries in promoting resource-based learning, info. skills and instructional activities; how school and public library partnerships should be developed; and the community library's role in offering parent-family educational programs for early childhood services.
✏Open Forum on Children and Youth Services Redefining the Federal Role for Libraries Book Summary :
📒Reading Programs For Young Adults ✍ Martha Seif Simpson
✏Reading Programs for Young Adults Book Summary : School and public libraries often provide programs and activities for children in preschool through the sixth grade, but there is little available to young adults. For them, libraries become a place for work—the place to research an assignment or find a book for a report—but the thought of the library as a place for enjoyment is lost. So how do librarians recapture the interest of teenagers? This just might be the answer. Here you will find theme-based units (such as Cartoon Cavalcade, Log On at the Library, Go in Style, Cruising the Mall, Space Shots, Teens on TV, and 44 others) that are designed for young adults. Each includes a display idea, suggestions for local sponsorship of prizes, a program game to encourage participation, 10 theme-related activities, curriculum tie-in activities, sample questions for use in trivia games or scavenger hunts, ideas for activity sheets, a bibliography of related works, and a list of theme-related films. The units are highly flexible, allowing any public or school library to adapt them to their particular needs.
📒Directions For Library Service To Young Adults ✍ Young Adult Library Services Association
✏Directions for Library Service to Young Adults Book Summary : These expert authors detail a wealth of ideas for planning providing, and evaluating services tailored to young adults. You'll discover thoughtful insights and practical advice focused on helping young adults make the most of the wide-ranging resources available.Rely on these excellent sources to: -- Create an environment that fosters intellectual, emotional, and social growth-- Select fiction and non-fiction that informs, inspires, and interests young adults-- Integrate school library resources with curriculum requirementsProvides an overview of those library services most integral to fostering intellectual, emotional, and social growth and development in young adults: reference, referral, advisory service, materials, programs, youth participation, outreach, publicity, promotion, merchandising, and administration.
✏Journal of Youth Services in Libraries Book Summary :
✏Rural Libraries Book Summary :