8 edition of Connecting young adults and libraries found in the catalog.
Connecting young adults and libraries
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|Series||How-to-do-it manuals -- no. 167|
|Contributions||Suellentrop, Tricia, 1970-, Jones, Patrick, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||Z718.5 .J66 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009017657|
This book analyzes the needs and interests of today's to year-olds and shows librarians how to plan a wide range of successful services to meet these needs. The book looks at basic issues involved in serving young adults (YAs). Part I begins with considering "Where YA?" services are today and where they are headed. Part II, "Who YA?," focuses on identifying the library : Patrick Jones. Read Book Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How-To-Do-It Manuals. Douclipa. behold Generation iY: Secrets to Connecting With Today s Teens Young Adults in the Digital Age. bharlotte. Any Format For Kindle Working with Traumatic Memories to Heal Adults with Unresolved Childhood.
Since the publication of S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders in (often considered the birth of modern YA), young adult literature has expanded to become its own industry, with o YA books published in With more and more books published every year, it can be daunting to sort through them all to find the right : Emma Gisclair. Over the past 20 years, I have presented on the topic of connecting young adults and libraries in all 50 of the United States. During these sessions I often tell people--in jest--that the way to avoid negative experiences with teenagers in school or public libraries is simply to lock the door.
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Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 4th Edition is an excellent resource for YA librarians and students studying library information science.
It is up-to-date, clear, and informative. It has lots of ideas for LST (librarians serving teens)/5(11). Connecting Young Adults And Libraries book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Addressing every aspect of library service to /5.
At age eight (, seriously), I published my first article in the pro wrestling newsletter In This Corner. As of now, I’ve published: Over one hundred articles, chapters or essays Nine books for librarians and teachers about connecting young adults and libraries/reading; Eight young adult novels including YALSA Quick Pick and Buckeye Book Award runner-up Things Change.
Connecting Young Adults And Libraries: A How-to-Do-It Manual For Librarians (How-to-Do-It Manuals for Libraries, No. ) 3rd Edition by Patrick Jones (Author) › Visit Amazon's Patrick Jones Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 3. Tricia coauthored the third edition of Connecting Young Adults and Libraries with Patrick Jones and Michele Gorman in In she was selected as one of Library Journal 's “Movers & Shakers” for her work with teens in the correction system.
This is a review of Diversity Considerations in YA: Doing a Diversity Audit. (see Appendix). It is written by Karen Jensen (a) who has also produced a three-part webinar series on this topic, presented as part of a training course on Diversity and Cultural Competency for the School Library Journal.
The author outlines the process. Michelle Gorman, Tricia Suellentrop, and Patrick Jones, Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, 3rd ed. (New York: Neal Schuman, ), Patrick Jones and Angela Pfeil, “Public Library YA Webpages for the Twenty-First Century,” Young Adult Library Services 2, no.
2 (Spring ): 14– Get this from a library. Connecting young adults and libraries: a how-to-do-it manual. [Michele Gorman; Tricia Suellentrop; Patrick Jones] -- Offers detailed suggestions to increase young adult patronage in libraries, analyzes the young adult audience, and discusses information literacy, collections, booktalking, programs, promotion.
Get this from a library. Connecting young adults and libraries: a how-to-do-it manual. [Patrick Jones] -- A manual designed for staff at libraries who are trying to provide some level of quality YA service without the benefit of a YA professional.
Not intended for experienced YA librarians. Connecting Young Adults and Libraries A How-to-do-it Manual (Book): Gorman, Michele: YAttitude is back and better than ever in the 4th edition of the best-selling Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, created by former author, trainer, and inspirational speaker Patrick Jones.
Co-authors Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop have updated and revised this edition to address the latest trends. Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 4th Edition (How-to-Do-It Manuals) by Michele Gorman and a great selection of related books, art.
Connecting young adults and libraries is not about treating teens as special, but it is about serving them uniquely just as services to other market segments of the public library do--toddlers, genealogy, seniors, college students, and small business people.
Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, 3rd Edition, contains over 70 per cent new material from previous editions including an all-new glossary for librarians serving teens that helps with understanding adolescent development terms, teen slang, literary definitions, and library terminology/5(93).
Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 6 (): n. page. Web. Abstract Booktalking is an essential professional competency for young adult (YA) librarians, as it connects teen readers with text and literature for the. communicate positively, and young person is willing to seek advice and counsel from parents.
Libraries support this asset through workshop for parents or teenagers and by promoting books on parenting teens in the collections. Other adult relationships Young person.
Get this from a library. Connecting young adults and libraries: a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. [Patrick Jones; Michele Gorman; Tricia Suellentrop] -- Discusses young adult collections, services, programming, and marketing ideas, as well as issues in young adult services.
YAttitude is back and better than ever in the 4th edition of the best-selling Connecting Young Adults and Libraries, created by former author, trainer, and inspirational speaker Patrick Jones.
Co-authors Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop have updated and revised this edition to address the latest trends and best practices in teen services. Young Adult Library Services, Collections, and Programs Best Practices in Young Adult Services in Texas Libraries.
This list of best practices in 10 key areas of library services to teens were contributed by Texas librarians who attended a workshop series entitled, "Connecting Young Adults and Libraries: A How to Do It Workshop" presented in March, by Patrick A.
Jones and sponsored by the. Getting Young Adults to Stop & Participate @ Your Library By Antoinette Giamalva Background Young adults can be one of the hardest demographics to get to participate in library programs in substantial numbers. Young adults, or teenagers in the 7‐12 grades, tend to have busyAuthor: Antoinette Giamalva.
"Connecting Young Adults and Libraries" is created by former author, trainer, and inspirational speaker Patrick Jones. Co-authors Michele Gorman and Tricia Suellentrop have updated and revised this edition to address the latest trends and best practices in teen services, including programming, marketing and promotion, collection development /5(46).
Michael Cart is a nationally known expert in young adult literature, which he taught at UCLA before his recent relocation to the Midwest. A columnist and reviewer for ALA's Booklist magazine, he is also the author or editor of more than 20 books and countless articles that have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Parents Magazine, American.Connecting young adults and libraries.
New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Jones, Patrick, Connecting young adults and libraries. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Patrick.
Recently, Booklist, the American Library Association’s book review journal, asked me for suggestions for how libraries and Friends of the Library groups could apply what I call “the Nature Principle, a book that I hope will help build the children and .