Librarians as Media Curators and Mentors

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Little eLit

Great new “promo” video from our friends at LittleeLit – watch closely and you might catch a glimpse of TEC Center’s Chip Donohue and Amanda Armstrong. We’ve been part of a growing conversation about the essential role of libraries and librarians as media curators and mentors for parents, children an early childhood educators, so we loved this production and seeing so many of the the stars from Little eLit.  If you are interested in how librarians can help you as media curators be sure to check out their website, it is a great resource.

Watch the promo video here.

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