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Becoming a media mentor Becoming a media mentor :
Multimedia library services--United States.
Children's digital libraries--United States.
Media librarians--United States.
Digital media.
Application software.
Children's libraries--Activity programs.
Libraries and families.
Media literacy--Study and teaching.
Computer literacy--Study and teaching.
Electronic information resource literacy--Study and teaching.
Geographic Coverage
United States
LCC: ZA4084.M85 H35 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 025.5/2 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2016013272
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Table Of Contents
Part I. Becoming a media mentor
What is a media mentor?
Voice from the field: Carisa Kluver
Media mentorship : research and implications for libraries
Voice from the field: Michael Robb
Media mentorship and the three C's : content, context and the child
Voice from the field: Lisa Guernsey
Media mentorship and diversity
Voice from the field: Susan B. Neuman and Donna Celano
Media mentors : working with parents, families and community needs
Voice from the field: Jason Boog
Media mentors : management and professional development
Voice from the field: Sarah Houghton
Three ways to be a media mentor
Voice from the field: Michael Levine
Part II. Media mentors in action
Media advisory
New media in programs
Access to curated media
Appendix A. ALSC white paper: Media mentorship in libraries serving youth
Appendix B. ALSC white paper: The importance of diversity in library programs and material collections for children
Appendix C. Evaluating apps and new media for young children : a rubric bibliography.
Authorized Access Point
Haines, Claudia, Becoming a media mentor
Authorized Access Point Variant
Campbell, Cen, Becoming a media mentor
Association for Library Service to Children, Becoming a media mentor