Braun Linda W. (2003). Technically Involved : Technology-Based Youth Participation for Your Library. Chicago : ALA Editions. En ligne : <http://alastore.ala.org ... uct_detail&_op=1255>.
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Instead of creating programs for teens, Braun advocates working with teens to create library technology-related projects for themselvesâ€”and others. Technically Involved offers ready-made training and skills checklists, as well as examples of successful youth participation activities, to inspire librarians and teens as they start out and help them determine what they need to know. Project ideas include online storytelling, tutorial design and tours, e-mail newsletters, literacy programming, and intergenerational programs. Explaining how and why to integrate technology into youth participation projects, Braun illustrates how libraries can open up possibilities for teens to initiate and develop activities on their own.
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