Don’t Miss: Learn How to Maintain Teen E-Collections

Would you like to build a robust teen collection for your library? In “Maintaining Teen E-Collections,” a new Annual ALA program sponsored by the Young Adult Library Services Association, participants will have the opportunity to talk to experts about building strong teen e-collections. The interactive session will take place Monday, July 1, 2013, from 10:30a.m.-12:00p.m., in the McCormick Place Convention Center, room S106A.

Attendees will get the chance to connect with experts who are piloting teen collection projects and developing best practices. Session experts include:

  • Christopher Harris, Coordinator of the School Library System for the Genesee Valley (NY) Educational Partnership
  • Gretchen Kolderup, Supervising Librarian for Teen Services, Bronx Library Center, New York Public Library
  • Courtney Lewis, Director of Libraries, Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School, Kingston, PA
  • Rachel McDonald, Teen Librarian, King County Library System, WA
  • Jackie Parker, teen librarian for Lynnwood Library, Sno-Isle Libraries, WA
  • Marijke Visser, Assistant Director of OITP and Staff Liaison to ALA’s Digital Content Working Group

View all ALA Washington Office conference sessions

Jazzy Wright is the Press Officer of the American Library Association's Washington Office. Email her at jwright@alawash.org.

Posted in OITP, Public Libraries, Washington Office News Tagged with: , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Categories

Sign up today!
Advocate for America's libraries!
Authors for Library Ebooks
E-Content: the official blog for ALA's Digital Content Working Group
Complete Copyright: The new copyright guide for k-12 librarians and educators