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Youth Services

KDLA supports public librarians who serve children and young adults by providing training, consultation, and coordination of statewide reading promotions. While we do not provide direct services to children or teens, our goal is to assist library staff who provide services to the children and teens of communities across the Commonwealth. Please contact Youth Services Consultant Krista King-Oaks with any comments or suggestions.

Save the Date: 2019 KDLA Youth Services Retreat

KDLA’s annual youth services retreat is a dynamic continuing education opportunity for public library staff to network and discuss emerging topics within the field of Children's & Teen Librarianship.

Would you like to be a presenter? Submit a proposal here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019YSRetreatCFP

Are you a potential exhibitor or vendor? Let us know here:
https://kdla.wufoo.com/forms/sdn12eh0k6nyif/

To view the presentations from the 2018 conference, “Kentucky Youth Librarians Lift Off!”, please see KDLA’s Summer Reading Training Opportunities.


This project was funded in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services​.

Questions?

If you have questions concerning youth library services, please contact:

Krista King-Oaks
Youth Services Consultant
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
300 Coffee Tree Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-​1739

Krista.King-Oaks@ky.gov


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