Young Adults & Teens
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Today's young adults experience life with or without their library but as your community members transition from childhood to adulthood, you and your library can play a significant role in building life-long learners and library fans. Explore all facets of serving young adults and teens in your community including outreach, collection development, programming, teen volunteers and gaming.
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Webinar / Last Modified: 20 October 2014
Join this webinar to learn how to grow a maker space or creation space in your library.
Webinar / Last Modified: 14 October 2014
A webinar defining 'digital citizenship' and exploring ways for public libraries to support services and programming to help grow safe, responsible, and respectful digital environments.
News / Last Modified: 09 October 2014
At Innisfil Public Library, our vision is to spark ideas to ignite a creative and dynamic community. A central pillar of our current strategic plan is to "Cultivate a Hacker Ethic" through integrating technology into our services and spaces...
News / Last Modified: 29 September 2014
This has been quite an adventure! Let's recap a bit. We started this journey exploring modern board games in the context of our favorite childhood games. Then we examined the different types of modern board games and what makes them so unique from ot...
News / Last Modified: 02 September 2014
Just as political citizenship expects principles of integrity of its citizenry, digital citizenship refers to expected modes of conduct in the digital world. Digital citizenship is an umbrella concept that includes the following: a) Preparing technol...