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Laurie Bartz

Adult Librarian

Hedberg Public Library

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Hedberg Public Library

316 S. Main St.

Janesville, Wisconsin,53545

United States

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Hedberg Public Library is a service of the City of Janesville and is a member of the Arrowhead Library System, a consortium of public libraries in Rock County. ... more.

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Teen Filmmaking Workshop submitted by Laurie Bartz; Hedberg Public Library; Janesville, WI


wla.wisconsinlibraries.org

When René Bue, Programming and Outreach Coordinator, and Laurie Bartz, Young Adult Librarian, of the Hedberg Public Library (HPL) in Janesville took over a reading program with the Youth Services Center (YSC) in August 2013, they had one objective: to make sure the kids were better off when they left the YSC than when they came.
Laurie spends most of her time during visits to the YSC sharing reading materials with students on the shelter side of the facility.


wla.wisconsinlibraries.org

When René Bue, Programming and Outreach Coordinator, and Laurie Bartz, Young Adult Librarian, of the Hedberg Public Library (HPL) in Janesville took over a reading program with the Youth Services Center (YSC) in August 2013, they had one objective: to make sure the kids were better off when they left the YSC than when they came.
Laurie spends most of her time during visits to the YSC sharing reading materials with students on the shelter side of the facility. Laurie and René visit the center twice each month. "Sometimes you just need to simplify things," said Laurie. Laurie said encouraging lifelong reading is working. "Several of the youth who leave the center begin coming to the public library. Some have even volunteered at the library. It's really inspiring. This is a community issue, and we need to address it in many different ways." "We would like to do more programming with the youth," said Laurie. "During the school breaks, we offer special programs like making holiday ornaments or decorating cookies. Last year, their beautiful art was displayed in the library. René and Laurie agree that the kids are very talented.


www.gazettextra.com

"I was captivated by the detailed futuristic society, engaging characters and use of complex technology," said Laurie Bartz, young adult librarian at Hedberg Public Library.
"Time to Expire" is designated as a young adult novel for teens and adults through age 25. One of the main characters is an older teen faced with important decisions about friends, family and the future, making it a perfect fit for young adults, Bartz said. "I think teens and adults will be fascinated to learn about the research, writing and editing process Chris used," Bartz said.


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Laurie Bartz, YA Librarian at the Hedberg Public Library in Janesville, WI will speak about Hedberg's Super Smash Bros video game tournaments, and making games with MIT's Scratch.


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