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Tag Team Tech December 2011

Scratching Beneath the Surface: Digital Storytelling Sarah Ludwig December 2011 Last summer, someone at my school asked if I would like to teach a technology course for our Summer Academy. I wanted to offer something special and outside of my... (Continue reading)

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Wouldn’t You Like to Know… Simone Elkeles

By Stacey Hayman Now the author of eight–and counting!–wildly popular teen books, Ms. Elkeles has also been a photographer for fraternity and sorority parties, a diversity trainer, and the owner of manufacturing company, which makes for one of the most... (Continue reading)

2011 Top Teen Trends

Download the 2011 Top Teen Trends poster designed by Karen Jensen, creator of the Teen Librarian’s Toolbox at Facebook.... (Continue reading)

YA Clicks October 2011

Let the School Year Begin! Rebecca Purdy and the Web Surfers from the Central Rappahannock Regional Library A new school year is underway and some things never change, like homework.  Here are  recommended online resources. Learn a Language U.S.... (Continue reading)

Elsworth Carman

[Editor’s Note: Elsworth is a valued member of the editorial advisory board, a former VOYA columnist and reviewer, and VOYA‘s honorary brother.] VOYA Is Like My Sister My decision to become a librarian—or at least to go to library school—did not... (Continue reading)

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Tag Team Tech October 2011

In My Network Confession . . . Joyce Kasman Valenza October 2011 I have a love hate relationship with my network. Happily, most days the love part is so much stronger than the hate.  But there are those mornings I... (Continue reading)

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Be a Part of VOYA’s 100 Best Teen Programs!

VOYA is compiling a book of the 100 Best Teen Programs! You are invited to share your BEST teen program in this new collection to be published by VOYA Press, an imprint of E. L. Kurdyla Publishing, LLC. The following... (Continue reading)

Wouldn’t You Like to Know . . . Rosemary Clement-Moore

By Stacey Hayman Accurately self-described as a “writer of spooky, funny, romantic, mysterious, and awesome books,” Rosemary Clement-Moore can claim the widely divergent Chuck E. Cheese and Theatre Victoria in Victoria, Texas, as two of her previous employers. As youth... (Continue reading)

Teen Pop Culture Quiz August 2011

Update #34 Erin Helmrich BEATS 1. The retro 80’s-style sax solo in Lady Gaga’s hit “Edge of Glory” turned out to be the swan song for which recently deceased E-Street band member? 2. Which popular internet initialism named band has... (Continue reading)

Electronic Eye August 2011

Follett Shelf: An eBook Solution for School Libraries? Kathleen Meulen August 2011 While I have always tried to consider the public library perspective as well as the school library view in this column, this is one entry where I’m going... (Continue reading)

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