I found it on the Internet : coming of age online / Frances Jacobson Harris.

By: Harris, Frances Jacobson
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chicago : American Library Association, ©2005Description: 1 online resource (xii, 161 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0838998267; 9780838998267; 9780838908983; 0838908985Subject(s): Libraries and teenagers | Internet and teenagers | Internet -- Social aspects | Internet -- Moral and ethical aspects | Computer network resources -- Evaluation | Information literacy -- Study and teaching | Information technology | Communication and technology | Bibliothèques et adolescents | Internet et adolescents | Internet -- Aspect social | Internet -- Aspect moral | Information électronique -- Évaluation | Culture de l'information -- Étude et enseignement | Technologie de l'information | Communication et technologie | COMPUTERS -- Online Services | COMPUTERS -- System Administration -- Storage & Retrieval | Communication and technology | Computer network resources -- Evaluation | Information literacy -- Study and teaching | Information technology | Internet and teenagers | Internet -- Moral and ethical aspects | Internet -- Social aspects | Libraries and teenagers | Internetanvändare | Informationskompetens | Informationssökning | InformationsteknikGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: I found it on the Internet.DDC classification: 025.04 LOC classification: Z718.5 | .H38 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Teenagers and the library -- Information retrieval systems : for better or for worse -- Information technology meets communication technology -- The fallout : intended and unintended consequences -- From mischief to mayhem : behavior -- The deep end : content -- Fishing poles, not fish : damage control -- Putting it all together.
Summary: Multitasking teens can talk on their cell phones while instant messaging, then toggle between discussion board, blog, and e-mail account, possibly collaborate on a project, or more likely chat with friends. If technology is ever-present for this wireless generation, what is the best way to share lessons about online content, behavior, and ethics with these digital natives? Recognizing that teens are still teens, author and educator Jacobson draws together tools for reflection, along with the latest research and practical solutions. In this authoritative guide, she helps library colleagues understand and address the issues relating to youth and technology, answering these key questions to help instill appropriate values in teens as they travel an ambiguous and ever-changing cyber-landscape. Presenting thoughtful and common-sense solutions for high school, middle school, and public youth librarians, I Found It on the Internet is a proactive guide that addresses challenging technological issues facing teens and the librarians who serve them.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-153) and index.

Teenagers and the library -- Information retrieval systems : for better or for worse -- Information technology meets communication technology -- The fallout : intended and unintended consequences -- From mischief to mayhem : behavior -- The deep end : content -- Fishing poles, not fish : damage control -- Putting it all together.

Multitasking teens can talk on their cell phones while instant messaging, then toggle between discussion board, blog, and e-mail account, possibly collaborate on a project, or more likely chat with friends. If technology is ever-present for this wireless generation, what is the best way to share lessons about online content, behavior, and ethics with these digital natives? Recognizing that teens are still teens, author and educator Jacobson draws together tools for reflection, along with the latest research and practical solutions. In this authoritative guide, she helps library colleagues understand and address the issues relating to youth and technology, answering these key questions to help instill appropriate values in teens as they travel an ambiguous and ever-changing cyber-landscape. Presenting thoughtful and common-sense solutions for high school, middle school, and public youth librarians, I Found It on the Internet is a proactive guide that addresses challenging technological issues facing teens and the librarians who serve them.

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