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MLA Conference 2017

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The 2017 MLA Annual Conference took place in Hyannis from May 22-24. 

 

The slate for the Youth Services Section programming can be found here.

 

Why don't patrons READ library signage?: Graphic Design and Libraries

Presented by Larissa Farrell (Young Adult/Reference Librarian, Duxbury Free Library), Jessica Lamarre (Children's Librarian, Duxbury Free Library), Jed T. Phillips (Head of Technology & User Experience, Ames Free Library, Easton)

 

Transforming Teen Spaces

Presented by Katrina Ealy (Assistant Director/Youth Services Librarian, Holbrook Public Library), Jen Forgit (Teen Services Librarian, Cary Memorial Library, Lexington)

 

Youth Services One Author, One Conference: Preaching to the Chickens: A Story of Young John Lewis by Jabari Asim

Presented by Jabari Asim, Author

 

Mind in the Making

Presented by Katrina Ireland-Bilodeau, Northborough Free Library, Mia Cabana, Amherst Jones Library, Steve Fowler, Bellingham Public Library

 

Guerilla Storytime

Presented by Rachel Keeler (Children's Librarian, Boston Public Library), Ashley Waring (Children's Librarian/Assistant Director, Reading Public Library)

 

YA Smackdown

Presented by Erin Daly (Youth Services Coordinator, Chicopee Public Library)

 

Marking and Managing with Jungle Jim Manning

Presented by Jim Manning (Professional Balloon Artist and Owner; Jungle Jim's)

 

Navigating National Committees and Panels: Youth Media Awards and Work/Life Balance

Presented by Christi Farrar (Massachusetts Library System), Shelle Quezada (Consultant to the Underserved, MBLC), Robin Brenner (Teen Librarian, Public Library of Brookline)

 

Thank you and we hope to see you  in Hyannis in May when we’ll be Charting Our Course!


Marissa Antosh, Vice-Chair, Youth Services Section

 

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