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  • Housekeeping: loss of Caroline from panel due to family death Virtual Talia via Facetime
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • Are teens discovering books through libraries, in bookstores, online? CR, AC
  • How important is the library market in getting a title out to teen readers? TS, FG
  • How is a professional reviewer approaching a book differently from an avocational blogger? AC Is blogging helping teens to find books of more interest? Bloggers as pointing up more diversity among featured books and more diverse reading experiences
  • What are the advantages of adding blogs and sites such as Goodreads to our collection development and readers’ advisory resources? CR, AC, FG
  • What makes a review a good one for professional purposes? TS, AC, FG, CR
  • What are the ethical ramifications around pay-for-review arrangements? FG, AC
  • What are the downsides of the trend away from pithy professional reviews?
  • What are the limitations by which professional reviews are bound? How do these affect the professional reviews efficacy? AC, CR, TS, FG
  • How are collection developers and readers’ advisors adjusting work to incorporate social media channels with formal, “professional” review reading?
  • How are e-galleys changing the review game? AC, TS
  • Lit sym2012review ning

    1. 1. Future of Review Guidance YALSA 2012 Young Adult Literature Symposium
    2. 2. Who We Are• Angela Carstensen, Convent of the Sacred Heart, NY, NY, and blog editor for Adult Books 4 Teens, SLJ @AngeReads• Carla Riemer, Claremont Middle School, Oakland, CA, Adult Books 4 Teens reviewer claremontmslibrary@gmail.com• Francisca Goldsmith, Infopeople Project, Folsom, CA, library staff developer, reviewer and blogger fgoldsmith@gmail.com• Talia Sherer, Macmillan, Library publicist Talia.sherer@macmillan.com
    3. 3. What We Want to Explore with YouWhat is the role of the professional book review now that social media outlets serve as book info resource channels?How do book-related social media communications address various needs of library staff who work with teen readers?
    4. 4. What We Plan to Discuss(during that 45 minutes were asking that you hold your own questions) technical changes in review publishing increasing access to review publishing how to get on board reviewing review, vs reader response popular magazines’ coverage of teen interest books blog coverage’s expansion of info on small presses, authors of color, women authors and some genres retooling professional collection managers intellectual work role of social media for publishers, reviewers and readers
    5. 5. Angela developed thefollowing survey, and both she and Carla used it at their schools to discern how teens find book recommendations.
    6. 6. While Angela reported her results, with her 9-12 graders, Carla reports hersas follows, having converted the responses she received from her 6-8 graders.
    7. 7. How important is thelibrary market in getting a title out to teen readers?
    8. 8. How is a professional reviewer approachinga book differently from an avocational blogger? Is blogging helping teens to find books of more interest? Bloggers as pointing up more diversityamong featured books and more diverse reading experiences
    9. 9. What makes a review a good one for professional purposes?
    10. 10. What are the ethicalramifications around pay-for-review arrangements?
    11. 11. What are the downsides of the trend away from pithy professional reviews?
    12. 12. What are the limitations by which professional reviews are bound? How do these affect the professional reviews’ efficacy?
    13. 13. How are collection developers and readers’ advisorsadjusting work to incorporate social media channels with formal, “professional” review reading?
    14. 14. How are e-galleyschanging thereviewgame?
    15. 15. For Further Reading“The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy” New York Times, 25 August 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/cbhzgel)“KidLitCon 2012: Critical Reviewing in the Age of Twitter” School Library Journal 1 October 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/ca5jyuw)“Against Enthusiasm: The epidemic of niceness in online book culture” Slate 4 August 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/c9z2p2d)A Moment of Jen posting 17 January 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/6uk4jpc)“Where Things Stand” The Rumpus 6 June 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/7pjwun6)“Keith Gray on Censorship and Writing for Young Adults” Daily PEN American 1 October 2012 (http://tinyurl.com/a74rbzx)
    16. 16. Want to follow up on all this?• Symposium ning now lists documentation we used and developed• You can contact us• Follow up remarks are expected on the Hub--thats up to you!

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