Teen Read Week
- With Beth Crist
- Originally aired 08/15/2012
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Teen Read Week (TRW) is an annual event to celebrate reading for fun and to encourage teens to take advantage of reading in all its forms–books, magazines, e-books, audiobooks and more.
Join this interactive conversation to share your plans and ideas with colleagues on creating a fun and meaningful TRW for your community, including
- outreach and partnering opportunities
- involving teens themselves in planning your TRW
- using TRW to spur in-house improvements and awareness of teen services
How will you celebrate TRW at your library?
Check out the Teen Read Week Resource Guide for more print and online TRW resources.
Also, check out the edited transcript of all the great programming ideas that were shared by attendees during the session: Ideas shared in chat
About Beth Crist
Beth’s background is rich in youth services and state library experience. She began working in libraries in 1999, has museum experience, and has worked as a state library consultant in North Carolina, New Mexico, and now Colorado. In her position, Beth supports children, teens and families by coordinating statewide initiates for early literacy, summer reading and other programs.