ULA wants to allow for physical distancing so rooms will have some lower capacity. Arrive early to your sessions. When a room reaches capacity, the doors will be closed to indicate that the session is full.

HIGHLIGHTS | Unforgettable Speakers, Exhibitors, New Products and Services, Fun and Entertaining Networking Activities and Social Events

TRACKS | General Librarianship, Public Librarianship, Academic Librarianship, Management & Leadership, Technical Services, and Youth Services

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Thursday, May 19 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
What Do YOU Think? Passive Programming for Children and Teens

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All kinds of ideas to get kids and teens in the library and entice them to stick around for a little while--interactive displays, movie "binge bundles", fan quizzes, self-directed craft stations and more! Attendees will be encouraged to brainstorm and exchange ideas.

Learning objectives:
Fresh passive program ideas for kids and teens
What passive programming can do for your library
Suggestions how to incorporate more diverse and inclusive titles into passive programming

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Kirsten Nilsson

Children's Librarian, Summit County Library
As the Youth Services Librarian for the Summit County Library system, I am passionate about helping all children and teens, from all different backgrounds and experiences find themselves in the library.

Erin Warnick

American Fork Library

Thursday May 19, 2022 3:00pm - 3:50pm MDT
Meridian B