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[TRW 2015] TRW Décor and Display Ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Janelle Odate Nov 2, 2015. 5 Replies

How are you decorating your library for Teen Read Week. Share your Pinterest Boards and ideas here.Continue

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[TRW 2015] Brainstorming Within and Without the Theme

Started this discussion. Last reply by April Shroeder Oct 16, 2015. 3 Replies

How might you promote teens to Read for the Fun of It? Share your active and passive programming ideas that does or does not inhabit the idea to Get Away @Your Library. Continue

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2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michele Ricca Nov 19, 2015. 21 Replies

The space for Teen Read Week grant winners to discuss ideas, practices, and other topics involving their Teen Read Week programs.  Continue

[TRW 2015] How Have Libraries Reached Under-served Teens?

Started this discussion. Last reply by A. Haslam Sep 9, 2015. 3 Replies

Our topic is ‘how have libraries served under served teens in your community?’  We want your personal stories of how a library/library worker has positively influenced an under-served teen or group…Continue

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Future Teen Read Week Dates

Starting in 2016, Teen Read Week will be held each year in the same week as Columbus Day.Future dates are:October 9-15, 2016October 7-13, 2017October 7-13, 2018October 13 - 19, 2019October 11 - 17, 2020See More
Jan 4
Michele Ricca replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hi. I received an email this morning.  I hope you all did, too!  Michele "
Nov 19, 2015
Bob McMahon replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Please also let me know.  Thanks, Bob"
Nov 19, 2015
Michele Ricca replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Dawn, Hello.  I have not yet received any information.  Please let me know when you do.  Thanks, Michele"
Nov 18, 2015
Dawn Abron replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Does anyone have any information about the final report?"
Nov 17, 2015
YALSA posted a blog post

Teen Read Week 2015 Feedback

Now that Teen Read Week 2015 has ended we want to hear your feedback! This Teen Read Week survey gives us the opportunity to make improvements for the future.  Click the link below to give input regarding YALSA's Teen Read Week initiative. Thank you for all your efforts to increase awareness of the great resources libraries have to offer teens!https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/trw15See More
Nov 4, 2015
Janelle Odate replied to YALSA's discussion [TRW 2015] TRW Décor and Display Ideas
"Thank you Eden.  The boys really enjoyed drawing on the windows.  I was surprised as I didn't know if the high school boys would but they really did.  We didn't have too much trouble with them putting inappropriate…"
Nov 2, 2015
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2015 Teens' Top Ten Official Titles

Download a list of the winners with annotations here: www.ala.org/yalsa/teenstoptenSee More
Oct 28, 2015
Lauren Regenhardt replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"It's busy busy busy here in Yuma! We had our first poetry Workshop on Monday.  We had 7 teens show up but we had some great poems come out of it, so the small number was worth it.  Today and tomorrow we have the workshops at two other…"
Oct 21, 2015
Eden Grey replied to YALSA's discussion [TRW 2015] TRW Décor and Display Ideas
" This is such a fantastic idea! I love any kind of display that lets the teens create and express themselves. Looking forward to seeing photos this week! "
Oct 21, 2015
Eden Grey replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hey everyone! Just checking in to see how your events are going this week! My big event is on Saturday, and I'm in super crunch mode trying to get everything ready for the big day. How is everyone else doing? "
Oct 21, 2015
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Oct 20, 2015
April Shroeder replied to YALSA's discussion [TRW 2015] Brainstorming Within and Without the Theme
"A display of humorous books, or books labeled as "Books surely NOT on your school reading list."  You could give a piece of candy to anyone "caught reading" in the library - adult or teen. That would raise awareness for both…"
Oct 16, 2015
Brenda replied to YALSA's discussion [TRW 2015] Brainstorming Within and Without the Theme
"In one of my schools, the English teachers and I will be walking the students to the public library for a tour and book talk about Young Adult Reading Program books.  We will also show various book trailers about these books. In…"
Oct 14, 2015
Michele Ricca replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hello Fellow Grant Winners!  I wanted to share what we're doing in Greenfield, NH.  Our Teen Read Week program - Teen Book Bytes -  is for teens to use technology to create book trailers of their favorite books to promote reading…"
Oct 8, 2015
YALSA commented on YALSA's blog post Register for a free TRW Webinar: Reaching Out with TRW 2015: ID'ing and Serving the Teens in Your Community
"If you weren’t able to participate in the October 6 Teen Read Week webinar, don’t worry – you can still access the content here! Reaching Out with TRW 2015: ID’ing and Serving the Teens in Your Community (on-demand…"
Oct 7, 2015

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Future Teen Read Week Dates

Posted on January 4, 2016 at 9:43am 0 Comments

Starting in 2016, Teen Read Week will be held each year in the same week as Columbus Day.

Future dates are:

  • October 9-15, 2016
  • October 7-13, 2017
  • October 7-13, 2018
  • October 13 - 19, 2019
  • October 11 - 17, 2020

Teen Read Week 2015 Feedback

Posted on November 4, 2015 at 2:44pm 0 Comments

Now that Teen Read Week 2015 has ended we want to hear your feedback! This Teen Read Week survey gives us the opportunity to make improvements for the future.  Click the link below to give input regarding YALSA's Teen Read Week initiative. Thank you for all your efforts to increase awareness of the great resources libraries have to offer teens!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/trw15

2015 Teens' Top Ten Official Titles

Posted on October 28, 2015 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Download a list of the winners with annotations here: www.ala.org/yalsa/teenstopten

Engage your Congressperson in #TRW15!

Posted on September 29, 2015 at 3:34pm 0 Comments

From now until the end of the year, Congress is hard at work on a new education bill that would provide federal funding for schools. Your congressperson needs to hear from you to know that it’s vital to include school libraries in this new bill. Here is your chance to do something locally to initiate national change!

Since Teen Read Week 2015 is approaching, now is a great time to invite your members of Congress to visit your library or take a trip to visit their district office.…

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Blog Post Round-Up: Inexpensive and Easy Programming

  Blog post round-up is a series of posts that pull from the great YALSAblog archive. The topics have been requested by YALSA members. Have an idea for a topic? Post it in the comments. Inexpensive Ideas: Back to Afterschool: Tech Resources Pop Up Programming 30 Days of Teen Programming: … Continue reading

Flops, Duds, and Bloopers – When Programming Isn’t Perfect

I tell myself all the time that the success of a teen program is more than “just” attendance. I know I’m not alone in that. A YALSA committee has even created a living document – Teen Programming Guidelines – that includes a section on evaluation and measurement. But still, it doesn’t … Continue reading

Get Away @Your Library: Setting Goals to Reach Underserved Teens

With our youth patrons returning to school, now is the perfect time to re-evaluate your community’s demographics and set goals to “Get Away” and connect with those underserved populations. As you consider where to start, the first step may seem daunting, but tackle the unknown in a way that is … Continue reading

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