Programs for Young Adults

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= Great Ideas for Young Adult Programming =  
 
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*Gaming @ Your Library
 
**[http://www.walkingpaper.org/index.php?id=214 update on the TFML's first gaming night]
 
 
*[http://home.comcast.net/~egallaway/professional/idlysprog.ppt  Programming for Tomorrow's World]
 
*[http://home.comcast.net/~egallaway/professional/idlysprog.ppt  Programming for Tomorrow's World]
 
**A powerpoint presentation highlighting cutting edge program for teens that incorporate use of technology for traditional library activities such as book discussion, summer reading programs, and author visits, as well as non-traditional programs such as video game tournaments and cell phone reference.
 
**A powerpoint presentation highlighting cutting edge program for teens that incorporate use of technology for traditional library activities such as book discussion, summer reading programs, and author visits, as well as non-traditional programs such as video game tournaments and cell phone reference.

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Great Ideas for Young Adult Programming

  • Programming for Tomorrow's World
    • A powerpoint presentation highlighting cutting edge program for teens that incorporate use of technology for traditional library activities such as book discussion, summer reading programs, and author visits, as well as non-traditional programs such as video game tournaments and cell phone reference.

Blogs/Websites to Watch

Blog for AADL, which publicizes and tracks their video game tournaments for adults, teens and children.

Site for BPL (in Illinois) which promotes their quarterly Game Fests for teens.

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