Even if you won’t be at the ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim, starting next week, YALSA has you covered. This year you can follow the YALSA and teen related events via the YALSA blog, podcasts, and Twitter.’  Bloggers will be blogging, podcasters will be podcasting, and twiter users will be tweeting.’  Here’s how you can keep in the loop using YALSA’s various technology outlets:

  • Throughout the Conference YALSA bloggers will post information about the events and meetings they attend.’  If you want to be notified about updates to the YALSA blog subscribe to the RSS feed.
  • YALSA’s podcasters will be recording interviews and events throughout the Conference. Most of these audio files will be uploaded once Annual is over.’  Subscribe to YALSA’s podcast feed to receive notification whenever a podcast is published.
  • Anyone at Conference can post a Twitter message about YALSA/teen related events by using #yalsa within the body of the Twitter message.’  Anyone who wants to keep up on YALSA/teen related Conference happenings can view all messages with the #yalsa info by going to YALSA’s page on Twemes.

A lot will go on during conference but if you can’t be there don’t despair, YALSA will make sure you know what’s happening.

About Linda W Braun

Linda W Braun is a YALSA Past President, the YALSA CE Consultant, and a learning consultant/project management coordinator at LEO: Librarians & Educators Online.

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