In this podcast Stephanie Iser talks with librarians and teens about gaming, technology, zines, and youth participation.
Read on to find out more about who Stephanie talked with and for links to resources mentioned.

  • Beth Saxton, Cleveland Public Library – on gaming programming that goes beyond gaming consoles.
  • Laurel Winter, Multnomah County Library, Jessica Lucas, Seattle Public Library, & Jami Schwarzwalder, Pierce County Library- on zines, teens, and libraries including reaching disenfranchised teens through zines, how to create zines with teens, and building teen zine collections.’  You can email Laurel at and you can email Jessica at
  • Monique Delatte, Los Angeles County Public Library, at the Teens & Technology poster session – on the multi-part program she sponsored to help teens learn about technology. The program included photography, shopping online, a web-based scavenger hunt, and a show and tell for parents.
  • Teens from the Oakland Public Library who were on the panel at the Fostering Youth Advocacy program – on how to get teens involved in the library.

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.

2 Thoughts on “YALSA Podcast #55 – Voices From Annual ’08

  1. Sarah Mae Harper on August 26, 2008 at 7:03 pm said:

    Actually Monique Delatte works for the County of Los Angeles Public Library:

  2. Thanks Sarah, I fixed the info.

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