The Ilsley Public Library hosts two YouTube channels, one for our adult patrons, and one for our youth patrons.
Ilsley TV offers video recordings of popular programs held at the library, such as the First Wednesday series, the Otter Creek Audubon Society’s Cabin Fever Lecture series, and talks by visiting authors. Ilsley TV also offers video tutorials to assist patrons in using our digital resources, such as Libby, Kanopy and the Digital Media Lab.
Ilsley Youth TV is a showcase of content created by youth in our Lights, Camera, Action! camps, as well as our drop-in after school program, Youth Media Lab. You will also find videos from the Readathon, a joint program of Ilsley Public Library and the Mary Hogan School, as well as videos produced by our staff about The Vermont Golden Dome Book Award (formerly the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award) and other library topics of interest to youth. This channel is an eclectic mix of animations, short dramas, music videos and special effects. Our youth programs are offered for free to students in grades 4+. Camps require registration, and are offered during February and April school vacations, as well as over the summer. Our Youth Media Lab is a drop-in program that meets Tuesdays during the school year from 3:30 to 4:30. Contact the library for more information.