Apr. 17th, 2011

I'm working on a program plan for my Young Adult Library Services class.  I'm supposed to plan and put together a program (though the rest of the world would refer to it as an activity) geared toward young adult patrons.  I got the idea to do a March Madness-type tournament a la [livejournal.com profile] f_march_madness , but with books instead of fandom characters.  Plus, the library at the middle school close to where I live did a similar "Battle of the Books" thing, so I figured it would be okay.

So, I'm just plugging along writing up my idea - even created a mock-up of a bracket and came up with categories and points systems and everything.  Things are looking up (which is good because this assignment's due TONIGHT).  Until I realized that the term "Office Pool" might make people think of gambling and parents would get upset about that.  Even though I wouldn't charge anybody to participate in this activity and anyone who wanted to could turn in a predictions bracket.  I changed "Office Pool" to "Predictions Round,' so maybe that will make it okay?  It's just for fun anyway.  Good grief - I've never put money down on the actual March Madness tournament or any other kind of sporting event, so I just don't think of these things.  Any kind of guessing about sports, etc. is purely for my own enjoyment.

Sad thing is this is the last MAJOR ASSIGNMENT I have this semester.  I don't really want to be stressing about this too much.



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