I found it on the Internet coming of age online için kapak resmi
I found it on the Internet coming of age online
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Chicago : American Library Association, 2011.
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xi, 234 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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E-Kitap 1382919-1001 Z718.5 .H38 2011 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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Today's teens immerse themselves in the world of technology as never before. But texting, tweeting, chatting, blogging, and other social networking largely occur in a free-for-all environment of unbridled access; quality takes a backseat to quantity. To help librarians, educators, and parents step in to guide teens' decision making, Frances Jacobson Harris offers a thoroughly updated edition of her classic book, including Advice on how to help young people make good decisions, especially in such thorny areas as music and media sharing Tools for formulating information and communication policies, with research and commentary on the latest technology Practical ways of dealing with the problematic issues of hacking, cheating, privacy, harassment, and access to inappropriate contentPacked with timely information, Harris's book remains the best resource for being an effective technology mentor for students.

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Kitap Listesi Değerlendirmesi

School librarian Harris' second edition is just as useful and packed full of essential information as the first. Despite the first edition being only a few years old, the update was needed, as she is covering one of the fastest-changing technologies in the library world. In addition to updating all her previous content, Harris adds extensive sections on social networking, a technology that cannot be ignored by librarians serving youth patrons of any age. A standout feature is the inclusion of recent and relevant research from a variety of fields. This is essential reading for all youth librarians, particularly those in school library media centers, and highly recommended for academic libraries supporting school media programs as well as for school and public libraries.--Moyer, Jessica Copyright 2010 Booklist

"School Library Journal" İncelemesi

The major difference between the first edition, published in 2005, and this one is the attention given to social media/social networking, such as blogs, wikis, Facebook, etc. The book covers the changing role of the library in the Web 2.0 world and in turn how that affects library patrons, specifically teens. The text is clearly written and well organized, with headings and subheadings in each chapter. This is not light reading by any means, but the author's passion for what she does comes through. She switches between dense, but understandable definitions and anecdotal incidents. Harris is definitely an expert in her field, and her suggestions and observations are extremely insightful as she lives and breathes the content of the book. She suggests simple things, such as changing the way you address teenagers to make them feel more welcome or modeling appropriate use of media with your students/patrons. The book is clearly written for library media specialists dealing with teen and young adult patrons, but the suggestions could easily be adapted to younger children, who are almost equally exposed to digital media. For new librarians, the book is very approachable, keeping issues like filtering, appropriate content, and cyberbullying fresh in their minds. This is a highly useful book because it puts all of this valuable information about media, teen patrons, and the changing face of libraries in one volume.-Melyssa Kenney, Parkville High School, Baltimore, MD (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.