Teen Fandom And Geek Programming
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📒Teen Fandom And Geek Programming ✍ Carrie Rogers-Whitehead
✏Teen Fandom and Geek Programming Book Summary : This concise volume covers major fandom and program themes, as well as real-world event, club, and program ideas to help librarians provide this type of programming to their communities. Use the tips and how-to knowledge in this practical guide to get more teens into your library!
📒Serving Teens And Adults On The Autism Spectrum A Guide For Libraries ✍ Carrie Rogers-Whitehead
✏Serving Teens and Adults on the Autism Spectrum A Guide for Libraries Book Summary : Understand the unique needs of teens and adults with autism and how to adapt existing library programs to be more inclusive. Autism spectrum disorder is a lifelong condition, but programs and services are mostly for children. As this population ages and the number of adults receiving autism diagnoses grows, are public libraries serving this group? Serving Teens and Adults on the Autism Spectrum offers practical strategies for delivering better service to individuals with autism, from library programming to technology, collections, library volunteers, and the information desk. Relying on feedback and help from the autism community in her area, Carrie Rogers-Whitehead created programs for children, teens, and young adults on the autism spectrum. In this book, she shares advice on developing programs that focus on teamwork, transitions, and social skills. She explains best practices for reference interviews and teaches readers how their libraries can partner with nonprofit and government entities to develop workforce skills and connect adults with autism to jobs. Ready-made program activities for teens and adults with autism make it easy for libraries to better serve this often misunderstood group. Adapt existing library programs to be more inclusive of individuals with autism Learn tested program ideas specifically aimed at individuals with autism Understand the unique needs of adults with autism and how those needs present differently than they do in children Learn how to better mobilize these members of the community and help them find meaningful work and service opportunities Connect to resources to better understand and create library services for the autism community
📒Serving Lgbtq Teens ✍ Lisa Houde
✏Serving LGBTQ Teens Book Summary : This book offers the librarian a practical guide to library service to LGBTQ teens – from collection development, understanding terminology, dealing with censorship issues, programming and outreach, readers’ advisory, and even to creating welcoming displays, librarians will find the tools they need to offer exceptional services for LGBTQ teens.
📒Library Programming Made Easy ✍ Michelle Demeter
✏Library Programming Made Easy Book Summary : This book provides in-depth practical advice and examples of public and academic library programming activities. Included in this volume are methods for identifying target audiences, activities and ways to find and generate even more ideas, tools for assessment and budgeting, and tips on planning programs from inception to execution.
📒Developing A Residency Program ✍ Lorelei Rutledge
✏Developing a Residency Program Book Summary : This book provides librarians interested in developing a residency program with practical advice about how to create, manage, and assess such a program. It offers an overview of the history of library residencies, describes the benefits of the program for stakeholders, and addresses components of developing, managing, and assessing the program.
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📒Watching Anime Reading Manga ✍ Fred Patten
✏Watching Anime Reading Manga Book Summary : Anime's influence can be found in every corner of American media, from film and television to games and graphic arts. And Fred Patten is largely responsible. He was reading manga and watching anime before most of the current generation of fans was born. In fact, it was his active participation in fan clubs and his prolific magazine writing that helped create a market and build American anime fandom into the vibrant community it is today. Watching Anime, Reading Manga gathers together a quarter-century of Patten's lucid observations on the business of anime, fandom, artists, Japanese society and the most influential titles. Illustrated with original fanzine covers and archival photos. Foreword by Carl Macek (Robotech). Fred Patten lives in Los Angeles. "Watching Anime, Reading Manga is a worthwhile addition to your library; it makes good bathroom browsing, cover-to-cover reading, and a worthwhile reference for writing or researching anime and manga, not to mention a window into the history of fandom in the United States." -- SF Site
✏The New York Times Biographical Service Book Summary : A compilation of current biographical information of general interest.
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