CALCON 2014 is fast approaching, and our truly innovative CATS Division members are submitting some amazing proposals for sessions! If you can help with either of these proposals, please share your wonderful knowledge and experience!
Do you find yourself listening to One Direction in the car? Are you rhapsodizing about the latest Rainbow Rowell book to everyone you know? Having trouble getting fake blood out of your zombie prom dress? We could use your help. If you (or your library) have something that’s really worked with your teens users, we’d love to have you share it with other teen services enthusiasts. The teen librarians at Arapahoe Library District (aka Bridget Kiely and Catherine Boddie) would like to put together a panel for CALCON2014 to inspire and connect teen advocates in libraries throughout Colorado. If you’d be interested in collaborating, please contact Bridget Kiely at email@example.com. We won’t be putting in a proposal unless more teen services folks are interested, so please let us know if you’re down for some exciting idea sharing and cross library partnerships. We’d love to hear from you!
Also, Christine Schein from Academy District 20 in Colorado Springs would like to do a proposal on Maker Spaces from both a public school and public library perspective. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep on being the CAT’S pajamas, CATS Division!