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Tag Team Tech: Wrestling with Teens and Technology December 2013

The Paid Apps Teens Will Love in Winter 2013-2014 Sarah Ludwig Teens often get iTunes gift cards at the holidays (and you might, too). According to teens, tech editors, and librarians, these are the best paid apps for teens this... (Continue reading)

Teen Pop Culture Quiz Update # 41

Erin Helmrich BUZZ 1. Warming the hearts of everyone around the world was the spectacular display of a city fulfilling a young boy’s wish. Via the “Make-a-Wish Foundation,” Miles Scott’s dreams came true when he got to fight crime as Batkid... (Continue reading)

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Wouldn’t You Like to Know . . . Lish McBride

Stacey Hayman Growing up outside of Seattle, Washington, Lish McBride, her two older and one younger brothers, had a pretty normal childhood—including parents who divorced, remarried, and still managed to torture their children enough to let them know they were... (Continue reading)

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YA Clicks October 2013

Homework Help Rebecca Purdy and the Web Surfers from the Central Rappahannock Regional Library Many students believe Google is the only homework tool they need, but that shouldn’t stop us from locating and recommending great resources to help them achieve... (Continue reading)

Tag Team Tech: Wrestling with Teens and Technology October 2013

A Copyright-friendly Toolkit for Makers and Other Media Creators Joyce Kasman Valenza Among my high school students, creativity thrives both in and out of school.  They’ve got all the tools they need and they are producing.  Way, way far back... (Continue reading)

Wouldn’t You Like to Know . . . Garth Nix

  Stacey Hayman As fantastic as his stories, our current New York Times bestselling and multiple award-winning author is the Australian gentleman Garth Nix! Nix is the second of three sons, born to a man of science and a woman... (Continue reading)

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VOYA Magazine Wins 2014 St. Katherine Drexel Award

VOYA has been named winner of the 2014 St. Katherine Drexel Award given annually by the Catholic Library Association.  The CLA announcement read: “Congratulations to the 2014 St. Katherine Drexel Award Winner, VOYA Magazine.  Founded in 1978, Voice of Youth... (Continue reading)

New Login required for the digital edition of VOYA Magazine

Beginning January 7, 2014, a new login procedure will be required to access the digital edition of VOYA Magazine. Access will remain free for subscribers to the print edition. When you go to the digital VOYA, a new landing page... (Continue reading)

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VOYA Launches New and Improved Online Subscription and Renewal Ordering System

  As of September 1, 2013, new and current subscribers to VOYA magazine are able to expedite their subscriptions through our new ordering system.  New orders can be placed at www.voyamagazine.com/subscribe and existing subscribers can renew at www.voyamagazine.com/renew. Subscribers can... (Continue reading)

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Electronic Eye August 2013

Common Core and Online Resources – Changes to eLibrary and eLibrary Curriculum Edition  Kathleen Meulen August 2013 Common Core: Two words that garner a strong reaction in the minds of librarians of the moment, both those who are in schools... (Continue reading)

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