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Programming for At-risk Tweens

July 16, 2012
Short Title
Programming for At-risk Tweens
Summary

Learn the importance of tween programming, and how to plan, present and evaluate outreach and outcome based library programming.  

Description

Do you have tweens at your library, but find they rarely attend programs? Learn why programming for at-risk youth is important, discover what tweens like, and get tips for successful and popular programs. The highly successful MasterPieces program—a collaboration between The University of Oklahoma and The Pioneer Library System geared towards at-risk tweens—will be featured.

Recorded on
07/16/2012
Duration
1 hour
Presenters

Ashley Miller, children's department manager, Moore Public Library

Lenore St. John, children's coordinator, Tulsa City-County Library

Cost
Free
Library Type
Public
School (K-12)
Audience
Children / Family
Young Adult
Job Functions
Professional Development/Training