Meet the 2013-14 YALSAblog Advisory Board: Jennifer Rummel

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Jennifer Rummel, YA Librarian, Otis Library (Norwich, CT)

Where you’ll find me…. I’m on Pinterest,’ my Blog, and’ Twitter

When I’m not working, I… read a ton of books, across genres and ages, play with my puppy. I’m a die hard Celtics fan. I like to bake and do crafty things. I relax at night by watching TV – my top three favorite shows: Castle, Elementary, and Big Bang Theory

My favorite things to do online include… right now I’m addicted to Candy Crush. I love browsing Pinterest for things to bake or crafts to create. I love reading twitter and blogs to catch up on the latest book news.

Last awesome YA book you’ve read… Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas – It drew me in and refused to let me go. I devoured the book and I’m still thinking about it days later.

What you want to bring to the YALSA blog? My passion for reading and sharing ideas for great services to teens.

The YALSAblog Advisory Board’s function is to support the Member Manager to ensure that the blog is relevant, innovative and meeting member needs for’ information about YALSA and the young adult librarianship profession. The Advisory Board participates in the maintenance of the blog and works within the guidelines’ for the site as set by the YALSA Board of Directors. The Advisory Board also serves in an advisory capacity to the Member Manager of the blog and assists with the’ collection of content for the site; generates ideas for direction and content; helps obtain, analyze and use member and library community feedback about the site;’ assists with marketing as needed; and writes for the blog when requested by the manager.

Are YOU interested in writing for the YALSAblog? Check out the blog post guidelines and protocols, and drop us a line at yalsablogmanager@gmail.com with your post ideas!

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