Below are a listing of the recordings, presenter materials and links from the sessions at the 2021 QSLiN Library Symposium. Opening Keynote: #30sec to spot fake news by Hugo Rodrigues Session video recording Link: To the Science Mag writeup on the MIT study Link: To the Valerie Plante / laicite rally Link: Non, Valérie Plante
Hi, All, here are the English version of the two books that our keynote speaker, Carol Koechlin presented this morning at our Library Symposium 2014. Q Tasks: How to Empower Students to Ask Questions and Care About Answers by Carol Koechlin, Sandi Zwaan INFO Tasks for Successful Learning: Building Skills in Reading, Writing and Research
Livres en fete 2013 happened from April 21-28, 2013. Activities and Cool Youth Choices can be found here.
The New York Times summarized a study released by the Pew Research Center, which shows 60 percent of Americans surveyed in the age of 16 through 29 still visited the library. They use libraries mostly to conduct research, borrow print, audio and electronic books. In terms of technology, the study found that 41 percent of readers
The article introduces a study of a small group of parents by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. According to the article, kids age 3 to 6 remembered more narrative details from print books than from enhanced e-books with multimedia features. But there was nodifference between the print book readers and the enhanced e-book readers when kids were asked one plot question for