Hello, Are you looking for the presentations or list of resources from the various sessions at the 2016 Library Symposium? Well, here is the full list of links to help you out! Gwyneth Jones The links for all three of the presentations by Gwyneth Jones's can be found on her site. http://thedaringlibrarianpresents.wikispaces.com/QSLiN_Montreal LEARN Makerspaces:
Sandra Bebbington found this great article and we thought it was worth sharing with anyone involved with teens and books. It is written by Nielsen on the choices of teens for reading traditional paper books, or ebooks, and very interestingly it also shows the major and moderate influences on why a teen choses a particular
In this video, students read a book on an e-reader and discuss the experience. It's an interesting way to get students to express their own views on the print versus media debate! http://youtu.be/6PpFpeodFhU
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
Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy? | Crave - CNET. Which ereader or tablet do you prefer?