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I Found It on the Interne. has been added to your Cart. Young adults, Internet ethics, and digital information are the intense focus of communities all across the . Frances Jacobson Harris is a widely published librarian/author who addresses issues that concern library boards and parents. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are examined with clarity. Every library serving young adults in public libraries and schools should read this book and deliberate on the issues. This book is especially important for private and charter school staff who often struggle with little context.

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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.

As someone who "came of age online" (. This book was read for a class on teens I'm the public library, but was written for school libraries,making it functionaly useless for class. Millenials, Generation Y, those born between 1980 and 2000), this book did offer me a great deal of insight. It told me things I already knew, but phrased in an academic style. That said, it wasn't inaccurate or overly y. Outside of that, the book repeated itself too much and the author clearly has some outdated views (like my professor). A big waste of money and time, so much so that I didn't finish the book. But since I had to sit through presentations about it, I don't feel that I really missed out.

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Coming of Age Online. by: Frances Jacobson Harris. Publisher: American Library Association. Print ISBN: 9780838910665, 0838910661. eText ISBN: 9780838991091, 0838991092.

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Today's teens immerse themselves in the world of technology as never before. But texting, tweeting, chatting, blogging, and other social networking largely occur in a free-for-all environment of unbridled access; quality takes a backseat to quantity. To help librarians, educators, and parents step in to guide teens decision making, Frances Jacobson Harris offers a thoroughly updated edition of her classic book, includingAdvice on how to help young people make good decisions, especially in such thorny areas as music and media sharingTools for formulating information and communication policies, with research and commentary on all the latest technologyPractical ways of dealing with the problematic issues of hacking, cheating, privacy, harassment, and access to inappropriate content Packed with timely food for thought, Harris' book remains the best resource for being an effective technology mentor for students.

I Found It on the Internet, Coming of Age Online, Second Edition epub download

ISBN13: 978-0838910665

ISBN: 0838910661

Author: Frances Jacobson Harris

Category: Computers and Technology

Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing

Language: English

Publisher: Amer Library Assn Editions; 2 edition (September 24, 2010)

Pages: 248 pages

ePUB size: 1821 kb

FB2 size: 1887 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 173

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Haracetys
Despite the really cool looking cover, I found the book to be almost completely useless. I got the feeling that the author really didn't know the youth of today at all. Sure, most of the "hot" issues and internet sites were covered, but that doesn't mean that the author actually got it as she often resorted to stereotypes and conjecture instead. But then again, I came to the book trying to understand teens in a library setting a general and the book focused on the high school library, an area I know very little about. So perhaps I am not the best judge.

Over all, I found this book to be quite useless for anyone outside of a school library and the $45 pricepoint is obscene for what this book is.
Haracetys
Despite the really cool looking cover, I found the book to be almost completely useless. I got the feeling that the author really didn't know the youth of today at all. Sure, most of the "hot" issues and internet sites were covered, but that doesn't mean that the author actually got it as she often resorted to stereotypes and conjecture instead. But then again, I came to the book trying to understand teens in a library setting a general and the book focused on the high school library, an area I know very little about. So perhaps I am not the best judge.

Over all, I found this book to be quite useless for anyone outside of a school library and the $45 pricepoint is obscene for what this book is.
Nikohn
I Found It On the Internet: Coming of Age Online is an outstanding introduction to the world of electronic interaction possibilities, and the influence they have on youngsters growing up in an environment where electronic interaction is often THE mode of communication. This is an authoritative, up to date resource includes citation of numerous significant studies, is conversational in tone, and always an enjoyable read.

Interested in delving into background/current status of instant messaging, chat services, e-mail, online media sharing services, web forums, collaborative work spaces, tagging and/or RSS feeds? Chapter 3, Information Technology Meets Communication Technology, does a superb job of introducing these topics.

The second part of the book, Consequences, deals with social implications within the student community, impacts on parent-student interactions, inclusion, exclusion, privacy and collaboration. These topics are followed by discussion and findings regarding moral development, cheating, improper use of intellectual property, hacking, and even hones in on special areas of focus such as issues regarding Facebook photos.

The final section of the book, Next Steps, focuses on establishment of appropriate home and school behaviors and development of critical evaluation skills. It culminates with discussion of the changing roles of libraries, librarians, and practices that enable librarians (and teachers!) to be more effective leaders in working effectively with students in best understanding and utilizing the new technologies/literacies.

I Found It On the Internet: Coming of Age Online has outstanding potential for inclusion in the National Writing Project Invitational Summer Workshops reading list, particularly as a pragmatic follow-up resource for those introduced to the new technologies by Herrington's Teaching of the New Writing. I just need to figure out how to do that...
Nikohn
I Found It On the Internet: Coming of Age Online is an outstanding introduction to the world of electronic interaction possibilities, and the influence they have on youngsters growing up in an environment where electronic interaction is often THE mode of communication. This is an authoritative, up to date resource includes citation of numerous significant studies, is conversational in tone, and always an enjoyable read.

Interested in delving into background/current status of instant messaging, chat services, e-mail, online media sharing services, web forums, collaborative work spaces, tagging and/or RSS feeds? Chapter 3, Information Technology Meets Communication Technology, does a superb job of introducing these topics.

The second part of the book, Consequences, deals with social implications within the student community, impacts on parent-student interactions, inclusion, exclusion, privacy and collaboration. These topics are followed by discussion and findings regarding moral development, cheating, improper use of intellectual property, hacking, and even hones in on special areas of focus such as issues regarding Facebook photos.

The final section of the book, Next Steps, focuses on establishment of appropriate home and school behaviors and development of critical evaluation skills. It culminates with discussion of the changing roles of libraries, librarians, and practices that enable librarians (and teachers!) to be more effective leaders in working effectively with students in best understanding and utilizing the new technologies/literacies.

I Found It On the Internet: Coming of Age Online has outstanding potential for inclusion in the National Writing Project Invitational Summer Workshops reading list, particularly as a pragmatic follow-up resource for those introduced to the new technologies by Herrington's Teaching of the New Writing. I just need to figure out how to do that...