Every month we’ll be rounding up some can’t miss online resources from the wide world of teen services and beyond. Here’s what we’ve been reading in December:
YALSAblog’s post series for December—30 Days of Social Justice—explores how to incorporate social justice into all aspects of teen library programs, services, and resources.
And over at YALSA’s The Hub, Danielle Jones writes about Social Justice and Disability – Evaluating Materials and Media with Characters with Disabilities.
Donna Block share ideas for schools and public libraries working together in Gimme a C (for Collaboration!): Adapting Public Library Programs for Schools at the YALSAblog.
Information and media literacy are as important now as ever—luckily, lots of librarians are sharing useful resources to meet this need:
Need to reinvigorate your school library? Leigh Collazo at Mrs. ReaderPants shares Feeling Frazzled? 15 Ideas for High-Interest, Low-Prep Library Centers.
Jenni Frencham at from the Biblio Files talks about knowing when to drop programs in Weeding: It’s Not Just for Books.
Kathia Ibacache shares tips on How To Get Your Word Out The “Right Way” at the ALSC Blog.
At Board in the Library, John Pappas reviews the Best Board Games of 2016.
Looking for program ideas for the new year? Check out these posts for inspiration:
What have you read this month that’s been insightful, inspirational, or just plain interesting? Share in the comments!