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Reaching teens today can be difficult especially with the wide variety of services available online. This session will explore various ways to use your website and other services such as

Reaching teens today can be difficult especially with the wide variety of services available online. This session will explore various ways to use your website and other services such as
GoodReads, Tumblr, Figment, and more to not only reach teens, but to engage them online.

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    eProgramming for Teens eProgramming for Teens Presentation Transcript

    • eProgramming for TeensMichelle L. ChrzanowskiTeen Outreach Specialistmchrzanowski@nngov.com
    • Teens, Technology, & theLibrary
    • Teens and TechnologyPew Internet Report – March 2013http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2013/Teens-and-Tech.aspx 78% of teens have a cell phone, with47% being smartphones 23% of teens have a tablet computer
    • Teens and Technology 95% of teens use the internet 74% of teens access the internet oncell phones, tablets, and othermobile devices Teens in low-income families aresomewhat less likely to use theinternet, but those that do access itwith a mobile device
    • Reaching Teens Online
    • Reaching Teens OnlineUsing your website Booklists Events LinksHomework HelpFor Fun
    • Reaching Teens Online Book Reviews VideosTeen CreatedBook Trailers
    • Reaching Teens Online ExamplesChattanooga Public Libraryhttp://chattlibrary.org/teensProvo Libraryhttp://www.provolibrary.com/teen-scene-homePalatine Public Libraryhttp://www.palatinelibrary.org/teens
    • Reaching Teens with Social Media
    • Programming
    • TwitterShare Events and other Library NewsNew Books or Book DiscussionsBook ClubsWrite a Book Together
    • GoodReadsOnline Book Groups Create Closed and Secure Groups Monitor Members and DiscussionsOnline Book DiscussionsConnect with Authors
    • FigmentCreate Writing and Book Groups Secure Groups for Online DiscussionRead Books Written by Other TeensRead Sneak Peeks for Upcoming NovelsContests
    • EdmodoCreate Your Own Social NetworkKeep Up to Date with Groups Book Groups Writing Groups TAG/TAC/Summer Reading VolunteersMobile Apps
    • Remember…Make sure you have the staff and timeto devote to projects such as thesebefore you begin.Just because it is new and otherlibraries are doing it, it may not be foryour teens.
    • Questions?Thanks for listening andif you would like to seethese slides later, youcan find them onSlideShare.Scan the code or head onover towww.slideshare.net/mlchrzanowski
    • Find Me Online!http://www.slideshare.net/mlchrzanowski@mlchrzanowskifacebook.com/michelle.l.chrzanowskiplus.google.com/u/0/112225609556858602927/