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*[[Teen Librarians Webliography| Webliography]]
*[[Teen Librarians Webliography| Webliography]]
==Web sites==
[http://www.connectingya.com/ Connecting YA]
Articles, books, links, and presentations by legendary YA librarian Patrick Jones, including core collections of graphic novels and YA titles.
[http://www.iasl-slo.org/ International Association of School Librarianship]
Links, resources, and news for school librarians, with an international flavor.
[http://www.jervislibrary.org/yaweb/TAGs.html Libraries and Teen Advisory Groups]
This is a collection of web sites related to teen advisory groups. There is also a page called "Even for the Faint of Heart: Getting Teens to Participate in a Teen Advisory Group", updated regularly.
[http://www.cplrmh.com See YA Around]
A database full of ideas for planning more than two dozen library programs for teens, from pizza taste-offs to teen poetry nights, plus forms, handouts, and summer reading themes.
[http://www.teenlibrarian.com Teenlibrarian.com]
Interviews, message board, podcasts and more.
[http://yahelp.suffolk.lib.ny.us/virtual.html Virtual YA Index]
Listing of public libraries with young adult sites on the Web.
[http://yahelp.suffolk.lib.ny.us Young Adult Librarians' Homepage]
A collection of more than 170 helpful links for teen librarians. From the site: "The YA Librarians' Homepage (formerly known as the Young Adult Librarian's Help/Homepage) is designed to gather resources on and off the Web to help librarians serving teens."

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