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iYouth Conference 2014

iYouth Conference 2014

Get ready for the [R]Evolution!

iYouth -The University of Washington iSchool student organization dedicated to youth services- is hosting it’s 6th annual iYouth Conference on Saturday, February 8th from 9am-5pm PST at the University of Washington. It is a professional development opportunity with a variety of themes including: Change and innovation in youth librarianship, early literacy, digital badges, app advisory, multicultural programming, teaching gender and sexuality, and much more!

[R]Evolution is this year’s iYouth Conference theme as it “reflects the ways in which the face of librarianship is adapting to meet the evolving needs of our young patrons and to help them develop the tool kits to advocate for themselves.”

Are you a library student, teacher, school librarian, public librarian, youth services professional, children’s literature and/or YA book enthusiast? Or are you interested in any or all of the interests just mentioned? Do you live in the Pacific Northwest?

Join the (R)Evolution!

Continuing education credit is available.

iYouth is currently working on simulcasting the event for UW students.

More information can be found HERE!

And HERE!

Tickets are available to purchase HERE!

[R]Evolution!

Yeah!

(karate air kick)

 

 

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