We’ll continue coverage of the YALSA Young Adult Services Symposium all this week with more detailed session recaps of sessions that focused on collection development and content curation topics relevant to the Hub’s mission, but I also wanted to share links to session slides and other materials all in one place. Find the full program details here.
For a recap in tweets, check out this Storify that highlights some of the takeaways and nuggets of wisdom attendees shared throughout the weekend.
Panels & Pages: Learning, Inspiring, and Building Communities with Graphic Novels
Teen Services Beyond Borders
Moving On Up: Introducing Middle Schoolers to the YA Collection
Full STEAM Ahead: Lessons from A Library Coding Camp
Teen Job Fair
Elevating Teen Volunteers to Loftier Roles
Literature and Programming for New Adults
Yes, You Can! How to Fill the Library with Teens, Create Buy-in, and Keep Your Sanity
If you presented and your slides are not included here and you would like them to be, email Molly at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet a link to her @molly_wetta.
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