About JRLYAThe Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults is an open-access, peer-reviewed online research journal published by the Young Adult Library Services Association. Its purpose is to enhance the development of theory, research, and practices to support young adult library services, as emphasized in’ YALSA’s National Research Agenda.
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- Provide the Highest Level of Service: Public Library Collections of LGBTQ* Materials for Adolescents in the United States July 18, 2017
- Dreaming in Color: Identifying Race and Ethnicity in YA Speculative Fiction Reviews July 18, 2017
- Understanding Empathetic Services: The Role of Empathy in Everyday Library Work July 18, 2017
- The Real Deal 2*: How Autism Is Described in YA Novels December 1, 2016
- Teen Book Covers: What’s Missing? December 1, 2016
Tag Archives: diversity
Davis, Jewel. “Dreaming in Color: Identifying Race and Ethnicity in YA Speculative Fiction Reviews”. Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 8 (2017): n. page. Web. <Date accessed>.
LaRosee, Elizabeth. Teen Book Covers: What’s Missing?. Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 7 (2016): n. page. Web. <Date accessed>.
Ostenson, Jon, Rosie Ribeira, Rachel Wadham, and Katie Irion. Hunky Cajuns and Gay Sextons: Diversity as Represented in Adolescent Book Reviews. Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 7 (2016): n. page. Web. <Date accessed>.
To view the posters, click on the image to enlarge them. Title: Teaching K-12 Digital Citizenship Lesley Farmer, EdD College of Education, California State University Long Beach email@example.com Title: Silencing the Internal Censor in YA Collection Development Robin Fogle Kurz … Continue reading
by Casey H. Rawson Abstract With increasingly diverse service populations, especially among younger patrons, libraries are in need of more titles featuring individuals from varied backgrounds. Librarians often rely upon preassembled title lists, such as YALSA’s Best Books for Young … Continue reading