Call for fall newsletter articles

Do you work with teens or have an interest in teen services in Oregon libraries? Please consider writing an article for the fall newsletter. There are so many options that I know you have something to share with your colleagues around the state. Have you gone to an interesting training or webinar? Did you have a really innovate program that was a huge success? Did you try something new that was a huge failure? Do you have any thoughts or opinions on issues being discussed in the library world? Have you learned any new lessons in the course of your work? Do you have a book review or book talk to share with your colleagues? Write a short article about it so that we can learn from each other.

Submissions should be 1/2 – 1 page long. Pictures with captions are nice, but not required.

Send your submissions to OYAN Publications.

Call for Newsletter Articles

Have you pulled off a great program, built an effective partnership, or written a great booktalk? Share your awesomeness with other Oregon library staff working with teens by submitting an article to! The deadline for inclusion in the winter newsletter is Monday, January 15th. The OYAN Review publishes quarterly, so you can always send articles, and they’ll be included in the next newsletter. We can’t wait to hear what you’ve been doing!

Call for fall newsletter content

From Keli Yeats, Publications Manager:

Between the end of summer reading, the beginning of the school year, the eclipse, and forest fires all over the state, I know that the Fall OYAN newsletter isn’t on anyone’s mind. But I’d like to put it on your mind. With so much going on, we have a lot to share with each other. Let your colleagues know about how you’re dealing with all these happenings in your community and send me a short article to share.