Can social media be a distraction? Absolutely. Will some students access questionable content? Yes. But many students use social media to enhance their learning, expand the reach of the classroom and fashion their own personal learning networks.
You want your kids to learn and you know reading books is undeniably good for them. Electronic screens are, generally speaking, bad. Game consoles, television sets: You feel your kids' brains dying with each hour they spend in front of them.
As almost every other form of media from newspapers to television becomes more conversational, books have remained relatively anti-social. Author and tech blogger Clive Thompson says he is excited about a future in which ...
YA Hotline is a bi-annual newsletter published by the School of Information Management at Dalhousie University. The newsletter contains a large amount of information and resources for both young adults and young adult librarians including book reviews, resource lists, bibliographies, feature articles, interviews and more.
Change in ad consumption is altering the way the industry trains itself to make ads – and in the process we're losing something fundamental, argues Sanam Petri (Agencies need creatives who "grew up studying comic books and albums sleeves, not award...
Home is where your books are Zanesville Times Recorder Nick Malone, 63, owns Shanachie Books on Linden Avenue in Zanesville. The store has 34,000 used books on shelves lining nearly every available surface.
Popular workshop presenters share expert tips in this debut Neal-Schuman/VOYA Press co-publication September 7, 2010 (New York, NY) – (Neal-Schuman Publishers NEW GUIDE HELPS YOUNG ADULT LIBRARIANS CREATE GRAPHIC NOVEL AND...)...
The number of adults who own a tablet computer or ebook reader surged from 10 percent to 19 percent between mid-December 211 and early January 2012, according to a study from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. Likewise, school librarians have observed that more students had acquired digital reading devices over the winter break, too—providing an opportunity for lessons on ebook borrowing, not to mention piracy.
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