Teens, Libraries, and Social Networking: What Librarians Need to Know
ABC-CLIO, 2011 - Internet in young adults' libraries - 184 pages
Learn how teens use social networking technologies and how these same technologies can be used to engage them in library services.
As background, the book explores the reasons so many teens use these sites. It also shares a profile of an award-winning public library's use of social networking to engage teen library users and a national survey of the ways YA librarians are using social networking to deliver public library services.
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1 What Do Public Librarians Really Do with Social Networking? Profiles of Five Public Libraries
What Do High School Seniors Do Online?
3 How Social Networking Sites Aid in Teen Development
4 The Role of Media Literacy Education within Social Networking and the Library
5 If You Build It Will They Come? A Comparison of Social Networking Utilities
6 Teens Social Networking and Safety and Privacy Issues
Teen Rights Responsibilities and Legal Issues
8 Using Social Networking Sites to Connect Teens with Young Adult Literature