The YALSA Teens and Technology Committee sponosored this presentation with speakers Michael Stephens and Kimberly Bolan (handout and slides available on above links) at ALA.

A few highlighted sites included:

Did anyone attend the program and already implement one of the examples the presenters shared? Did the library with ten computers find a closer solution to serving teen patrons with technology? Do people follow up with a library they’ve heard about that did something that sounded really great and wanted to know exactly how they did it?

Posted by Kelly Czarnecki

About Kelly Czarnecki

Kelly Czarnecki is a Teen Librarian at ImaginOn with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. She is a member of the YALSA blog advisory board.

One Thought on “Using Technology to Market the Library to Teens

  1. Linda Braun [Member] on July 1, 2007 at 8:02 am said:

    I’m thinking Twitter is a really good way for libraries to market their programs, collections, services to teens. It makes it really easy to send a text message to a large group. Looking forward to hearing about the first library who sets up something with Twitter for teens.

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