August 20, 2017

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Christina is currently the middle school librarian at Glen Ellyn Public Library, IL. She's responsible for the middle school collection and programming and serves as the youth department’s 3D printing and technology expert.

Christina Keasler

About Christina Keasler

Christina is currently the middle school librarian at Glen Ellyn Public Library, IL. She's responsible for the middle school collection and programming and serves as the youth department’s 3D printing and technology expert.

Tired of Fidget Spinners? Embrace Them As Teaching Tools, Not Just Toys

Librarian Christina Keasler advises educators to embrace the recent fidget spinner craze—and incorporate them into lesson plans and summer activities.

Dedicated Middle School Collections in the Public Library: A New Trend?

Public libraries are starting to develop collections specifically for readers in grades six to eight. The selection process can be tricky and time-consuming—but often well worth the effort.

Cool New Tech Tools & Gadgets for Your Library Wishlist

Robots that teach coding, DIY computer kits, virtual reality, and more. There’s something here to satisfy every budding techie.

Working Together: Simple Ways Public and School Librarians Can Collaborate

Librarian Christina Keasler offers a few simple examples of ways public and school librarians can connect and collaborate this school year.

Six Tips to Combat Tween Summer Slide

Middle school librarian Christina Keasler offers simple tips to keep tweens engaged over the long summer months.

The Evolution of a Tween Librarian

Christina Keasler started a new job with no official title or description. After conducting focused outreach and listening to community feedback, she found her calling serving middle schoolers in the public library.