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December 17, 2014

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Sign Up Now for YALSA Teen Tech Week Webinars

1814TTW Sign Up Now for YALSA Teen Tech Week WebinarsThe Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has organized a series of three webinars that can help ensure an enjoyable and successful Teen Tech Week (March 9-15, 2014) for you and your teens.

The January webinar will discuss how libraries can leverage partnerships with institutions and organizations in their community. In February, in honor of Digital Learning Day, the Make It @ Your Library crew will be discussing a wide range of maker activities that will help teens develop technology skills. The last webinar, held in March, will demonstrate how to measure the outcomes of the programs you’ve put on during Teen Tech Week, to determine their true impact and allow for assessment.

To register for Teen Tech Week webinars, click on the links below:

Tuesday, January 21       2:00-3:00 pm EST    Leveraging Partnerships

Wednesday, February 5  2:00-3:00 pm EST     Maker Activities

Tuesday, March 11         2:00-3:00 pm EST     Measuring Program Outcomes and Impact

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  1. Lisa Langsdorf says:

    The Maker Activity sign up link is not correct. You get redirected to a website for the non-fiction webinar.Thanks.

  2. The Makers Activity link does not work – Can we get it fixed?

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