It’s that time of year again! With Teen Tech Week (TTW) on the horizon March 10-16th, it’s time to dust off your digital literacy lesson plans, pull out the video game consoles, and prep your hard drives.
But for many of us, it’s not that simple. TTW can be a lot of fun, but coming up with programming that you have the ‘ space, energy, and time & know-how to execute can seem a daunting task.
So where can you turn when you’re in need of a good programming idea, or just someone to bounce ideas off? The Teen Tech Week Committee has got you covered. This Friday (2/22) at 2 PM Eastern, the committee will be hosting a Tweet-up in preparation for Teen Tech Week 2013, Check in @ Your Library. Log into Twitter‘ and join the conversation using the hashtag #ttw13.
We’ll be talking about how to celebrate TTW in your library, whether its academic, public, or inside a school. Join in with programming suggestions and questions, share your experiences with past TTW celebrations, and connect with other librarians.
And if you can’t join in this Friday, don’t worry. The ‘ Teen Tech Week Ning‘ is a great tech resource all year round, with forums and posts from librarians around the country.