YALSA's publications offer librarians and library workers a wealth of tips and resources to help make your day-to-day job easier! Teen Summer Learning Programs Webinar of the Month. Young Adult Library Services is the award-winning official journal of YALSA, and the preeminent journal on library servcies for and with teens. Articles showcase best and emerging practices, provide news from related fields, spotlight significant events of the organization and offer in-depth reviews of professional literature.
In a talk moderated by Todd Krueger, – president-elect of the Young Adult Library Services Association, Miller and Wheeler explained the genesis of the project. Miller said that as a kid, after discovering Superman, his other big love was Disney’s The Sword in the Stone. That continuing fascination was a driving factor in wanting to . Conclusion: For all of these reasons the Young Adult Library Services Association values young adult literature, believes it is an indispensable part of public and school library collections, and regards it as essential to healthy youth development and the corollary development of healthy communities in which both youth and libraries can thrive.
Presents results of a membership survey of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). Highlights include the diversity of members; concern for access to information; interest in continuing education activities; and public relations needs. The survey instrument, with summary statistics, is appended. (LRW)Author: Kathy Howard Latrobe. Young Adult Library Services (ISSN ) is published four times a year by the American Library Association (ALA), 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL It is the official publication of the Young Adult Library Services Asso-ciation (YALSA), a division of ALA. Subscription price: members of .
The Young Adult Library Services Association: 1. Advocates the young adult's right to free and equal access to materials and services, and assists librarians in handling problems of such access. 2. Evaluates and promotes materials of interest to adolescents through special services, programs, and publications, except for those materials. Members of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) have put together an amazing list of recent graphic novels for teens.A committee of librarians curated their favorite titles from nominations submitted by readers. Their picks include a diverse mix of fiction and nonfiction books and are curated for youth aged 12 to Here are YALSA’s top ten favorites from the