Guidebook for Using New Media in Libraries

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Image courtesy of Little eLit

Image courtesy of Little eLit

Little eLit has released the full ebook Young Children, New Media, and Libraries: A Guide for Incorporating New Media into Library Collections, Services, and Programs for Families and Children Ages 0-5.  This ebook edited by Amy Koester is a collaborative work from the Little eLit community that “helps answer some of those persistent questions that librarians across the world have asked about new media and young children.” Chapter topics include inclusive early literacy programs & services, strategies for using tablets in a program setting, and new media evaluation.

Read more about Young Children, New Media, and Libraries from Little eLit

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