March 8–14, 2015 is Teen Tech Week, sponsored by the Young Adult Library Services Organization. In the spirit of the week, we would like to share some information for teens about devices, software, and internet resources.
Deborah Welsh's insight:
From a US point of view but still helpful for all.
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