- Conducting a successful teen reference interview
- Connecting teens and ereaders
- Creating a mock Printz program
- Building a YA collection
- Using ereaders
The videos, each about three to seven minutes long, are posted to the YALSA Academy site and a companion YouTube channel. They’re produced by YALSA members, school and public librarians, and library staff from around the country in a crowdsourced effort that the organization hopes will inspire future “YALSA producers.” “We definitely do welcome submissions from both member and non-members alike,” Eve Gaus, a YALSA program officer for continuing education, wrote by email.
YALSA plans to add its own videos to the resource, including staff productions focused on professional development, including how to create a webinar and submit a program proposal, she adds.
Video production tips and submission guidelines are available on the YALSA Academy site.