Podcasts & Teens
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A brief history of podcasting to teens, in addition to an explanation of podcasting could go here.
A list of podcasts created through partnership with public libraries and teens.
- Cheshire Public Library- a monthly podcast featuring teen writers, musicians, reviewers, commentators, and more
- Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Teens- a podcast created by the TAC
- Hennepin County Library - podcast book reviews.
- Lansing Public Library- audio book reviews, research instruction podcast.
- Manchester Public Library- book reviews and news podcasts.
- Memorial Hall Library- podcast of the teen poetry contest.
- New York Public Library (not a true podcast since it doesn't have a feed)
- Thomas Ford Memorial Library- podcast of books reviewed by teens.
- Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County - podcasts created by teens with random questions. We're also experimenting with audioblogger to record author podcasts and teen podcasts over the phone.
- Blogs for Teens - library blogs for teen patrons.
- Flickr for library Teens - A list of Flickr spaces for library teens.
- MySpace & Teens - a list of library MySpace profiles oriented towards teen patrons.
- RSS & Teens - a list of libraries using RSS feeds to deliver digital content to teens.
- Vodcasts for Teens - a list of vodcasts used within teen library environments.