Teen programming is a challenge, am I right?! How do parents feel about programs that benefit their students? They’re all for it, don’t you agree?
Including these Student 2.0 Tools is a great way to include young adults AND their parents in teen programming. This subject matter may not be highly desired by students, but I bet they’d appreciate it all the same and they’d definitely benefit from it.
Pair up with a local school media specialist or teacher to arrange a program that will introduce students to these handy tools to help stay organized. Presenting this topic in a workshop environment that promotes collaboration very well may be a hit. It’s worth trying to get students to work together to make student life a bit more manageable. Have snacks and an open forum to share what they’ve learned. This is just another way of including the library as a meeting place for the community.