Apps to Robots Part 1: Resources

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Claudia Haines, of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), and J. Elizabeth Mills, of the University of Washington, share resources for evaluating media and what the role of media mentorship has in child-family interactions in the Apps to Robots: How to Evaluate Media for Digital Literacy and Learning webinar.

 

Register for Part 2 with Tamara Kaldor and Warren Buckleitner!

 

Resources and Apps mentioned in webinar:

Apps Robots 1 Slides

Apps to Robots Part 1 Resources

Apps to Robots Evaluating New Media Part 1 Featured Apps

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