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"No Ephebiphobia* Here"
with Wendy Grønnestad-Damur
* ephebiphobia: an abnormal and persistent fear of teenagers
Are you trying to attract more teens into your library? Are you wondering what to do with the teens who do come into the library? Learn why a teen advisory board is important, and how to start one. Find out about best practices for service to teens. Hear about the Teen Survivor online summer reading program and other activities from Edmonton Public Library's Year of the Teen 2005.
Friday, Nov. 24, 2006
1:00 PM ET 10:00 AM PT
1 hour - Audio Conference
REGISTER AT www.THEPARTNERSHIP.CA and scroll down to the 'Education Institute'
Teens are often underserved in the public library. You will gain practical information to provide better service to them, which benefits both teens and your library.
Who Should Participate?
Anyone working with teens, especially in a public library setting.
Key Topics You Will Explore
* Best practices for service to teens
* Teen advisory boards
* Teen programming
Method of Instruction
Audio teleconference session supported by a handout
Member: $54.00 + GST
Non-Member: $74.00 + GST
REGISTER AT www.thepartnership.ca. Scroll to Education Institute and click on this course!
About the presenter.....
Wendy Grønnestad-Damur is the Teen Services Librarian at the Centre for Reading & the Arts, Stanley A. Milner Library, Edmonton Public Library. She is EPL's first Teen Services Librarian and previously worked with teens for many years as a summer music camp administrator and a junior high teacher. Wendy is also known as the Pink Haired Librarian.
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