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Welcome Laini Bostian . . . Our New Get with the Program Columnist!

Laini Bostian has been working with teens in various capacities for the past sixteen years, the past ten of which have been in a library setting.  She has been employed at the Culpeper County Library since 2008, where she extended teen programming... (Continue reading)

New Column! Jovenes en la Biblioteca by Rosa Diaz

  VOYA magazine is happy to introduce Rosa Diaz, our new columnist for our new column “Jovenes en la Biblioteca.” Diaz is the children’s librarian in the Lincoln Branch of the Rochester Public Library which has the most Spanish-speaking bilingual staff... (Continue reading)

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Real Science by Rebecca A. Hill

The Real Science column explores current issues of science through books, articles, and interviews with scientists, science writers, and science aficionados.  Readers will find references to books, articles, websites, blogs, and other commentary that can help them inform their students... (Continue reading)

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Disruptive Ideas by Linda W. Braun

Disruptive Ideas is a column that strives to give library staff working with teens the chance to think differently about what they do and why they do it. Columns will cover topics like outreach and community engagement, management practices, professional... (Continue reading)

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Retired Columns

Man Up! by Rollie Welch, Elsworth Rockefeller, and Summer Hayes The Unbound Word by Linda W. Braun When the Rubber Hits the Road by Julie Scordato I’d Like to Speak to a Manager by Elsworth Rockefeller... (Continue reading)

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Level Up! by Hannah R. Gerber

  Level Up! is a column about gaming in libraries published in the print VOYA in June and December of each year. (June 2012 to present) Hannah R. Gerber is an assistant professor of literacy at Sam Houston State University... (Continue reading)

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YA Strike Zone Archives

YA Strike Zone became an evoya feature October 2014. Anthony Bernier is full Professor at San Jose State University’s School of Information where he teaches, conducts research, and publishes on the administration of equitable services with young people. A fourteen-year YA... (Continue reading)

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Teen Pop Culture Quiz Archives

Teen Pop Culture Quiz by Erin Helmrich Erin Helmrich is a teen and production librarian at the Ann Arbor District Library in Michigan. She’s fortunate to get to use her love of pop-culture via programs, large-scale events, contests, social media,... (Continue reading)

Electronic Eye Archives

Electronic Eye by Kathleen Meulen Ellison. Kathleen Meulen Ellison has been a teacher-librarian for over two decades both in New York City and in the Pacific Northwest.  She currently works at Bainbridge High School on Bainbridge Island in Washington and can... (Continue reading)

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YA Clicks Archives

YA Clicks: Web Sites for Young Adults and Their Librarians by Jessica Farrow (since October 2016) and Rebecca Purdy and the Web Surfers from the Central Rappahannock Regional Library. Web site reviews that juxtapose a librarian’s viewpoint with those of... (Continue reading)

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