|aTeen services 101 |ba practical guide for busy library staff |cMegan P. Fink.
|aTeen services one-oh-one
|aTeen services one zero one
|a[Chicago, Ill.] |bYALSA|c2015.
|axi, 217 p. |c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aWhy teen services? -- Successfully managing teen behavior to the benefit of all -- Developing the teen collection --Making a welcoming space for teens -- Programming -- Leveraging teen volunteers and teen advisory boards to boost your capacity -- Providing virtual library services to help teens (& you) 24/7 -- Increasing your impact with community partnerships.
|aOnly one out of three public libraries employ at least onefull-time teen services librarian. Serving teens has its own challenges, but services to this age group can have incredible benefits for your library, both immediately andas future library supporters when they become taxpayers themselves. Fink focuses on the practical concerns of a day-to-day job working with teens.