Going Green with Library Programming for Teens and Tweens

Want to know how to develop art-based and eco-friendly library programs in your library for teens and pre-teens? Starting January 29, 2013 Teens and Tweens Go Green will teach you how to support the natural  interests of this age group by involving them in hands-on programming with eco-friendly and environmentally responsible themes. 

With years of experience in developing and teaching library art programs, instructor Valerie Colston will bring resources, best practices, and useful tips and techniques that can be applied immediately to library programming. By the end of the course you will have a portfolio of ideas for eco-friendly and environmentally-focused projects, programs, and events that teens and pre-teens in your library will enjoy and learn from.  No art background is needed, but if you want to stretch your creativity and skills register now for this unique opportunity.

NOTE: This course is geared towards any public library staff responsible for developing programs for teens and tweens, as well as teachers and staff working in school libraries. However, these approaches to art-based and eco-friendly programming are also applicable to adult programming efforts. So join in the fun!

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