Have you ever wondered if programs you're planning, creating and leading for teens in your library are like those that other libraries are offering? Have you ever been asked to justify or build support for the programs you're offering or want to offer?
At the YALSA Board's Midwinter meeting, we discussed the Draft Programming Guidelines that the Programming Guidelines Development Task Force created.
The group will continue to refine these guidelines based on Board feedback, which included the value of adding a section on outcomes and connections to YALSA's new report, the Future of Library Services for and with Teens: A Call to Action
What are your thoughts about this draft document? How else can YALSA make this document as relevant as possible to your work with teens?