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 August:
At the ALSC blog, Kate Todd shares some concrete tips for Outreach to Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Classrooms.
Kelly Jensen at Stacked writes about Committing to Diversity When You’re White: A Primer. Great suggestions, especially geared toward both reading and professional behavior.
As the school year kicks off, Jennifer Velasquez at the YALSAblog has some awesome advice for managing the after-school rush: Back-to-School Week: The After School Rush Is Not a Surprise.
Jessica Meyer from the Chattanooga Public Library shares her tactic for Connecting the Arcade to Reading.
Listen to podcasts? Anna Dalin at YALSA’s The Hub has a list of Podcasts to Help You Build Your Teen Collection.
Don’t miss Jason Reynolds’ keynote address from School Library Journal’s SummerTeen online conference. Inspiring words about the power of literature in teen lives.
Drexel University’s Youth Online Research Group shares 5 Things You Thought You Knew About Teens and Social Media: Research Study Summary and Infographic, the results of their research, at the YALSAblog.
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