Today I’m over on Teen Services Underground talking about Mobile Makerspaces, some things to think about when considering implementing them, what others have done, and what has worked. Come on over and take a look!
If you missed the Queer Zines – Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Going panel yesterday, you missed a really informative and fun panel. Our presenters above shared a wealth of knowledge, and I’m going to be collecting their online handounts and links and placing them below as I’m able to collect them. If […]
Headed to Orlando this weekend for the ALA Annual Conference? Scroll below for exciting GLBTRT programs and ways you can support Orlando while at conference.
Heading to Orlando for ALA Annual at the end of June? Don’t miss these exciting programs put on by the GLBTRT! Queer Zines – Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Going Saturday, June 25 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Orange County Convention Center, Room W102A Join Milo Miller, Co-Founder of Queer Zine […]
Today I’m over on Teen Services Underground sharing ideas for Father’s Day Crafts for teens. Father’s Day often gets shunted to the side in the middle of graduations and summer reading program kick-offs. There’s also the thought that Father’s Day has to be strictly for the guy in the family when it’s not the case. […]
Join Milo Miller, Co-Founder of Queer Zine Archive Project, Jenna Freedman of Barnard College, and Violet Fox of College of St. Benedict & St. John’s University to learn about the history of queer zines, the current state of the culture, and where we’re going now, including the new Zine Code of Ethics. Get ideas on […]
Today I’m over on Teen Services Underground talking about some really easy self directed programming for May. Which means, programs that you or other teen specialists can set up with a little involvement and let go, yet will have tons of teens get involved! A complete win-win as May is typically a crazy month for […]
With the Summer Olympics coming in August and the iRead and CSRP themes this year centering around sports themes, there is no better time to take a look at some favorite sports crafts. While the summer sports tend to focus on baseball, swimming, soccer, and rugby, I’ve found that any type of sports crafts are a […]
All of my library kids are in love with bookmarks. They love using them for school books, workbooks, journals, library books- pretty much everywhere in their daily lives. And since one thing we highly encourage is for them NOT to dog-ear our books, having an abundance of bookmarks and bookmark crafts is a good thing. One […]
I think if I didn’t do an anime/manga craft every so often my teens would revolt. They are so into their favorite series that they would stalk my office waiting for new volumes and give me pages and pages of suggestions for new series that we should have carried. Sadly, we never had the budget […]