Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic; Robert J Lackie
|描述：||xvii, 368 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|内容：||The myths, realities, and practicalities of working with Gen M / Robert J. Lackie, John W. LeMasney, and Kathleen M. Pierce --
The haves and the have-nots : class, race, gender, access to computers, and academic success / Colleen S. Harris --
Driving fast to nowhere on the information highway : a look at shifting paradigms of literacy in the twenty-first century / Patricia H. Dawson and Diane K. Campbell --
Expanding our literacy toolbox : the case for media literacy / Susan Avery --
Gen M and the information search process / Art Taylor --
Gen M : whose kids are they anyway? / Michele Kathleen D'Angelo --
The wired life : the public and private spheres of the Gen M community / Karen J. Klapperstuck and Amy J. Kearns --
Face-to-face on Facebook : students are there --
should we be? / Laurie M. Bridges --
YouTube and YouTube-iness : educating Gen M through the use of online video / Katie Elson Anderson --
Google and Wikipedia : friends or foes? / Jeffrey Knapp --
It's not about the game / Nicholas Schiller and Carole Svensson --
Comics go digital : the rise of webcomics / Tyler Rousseau --
The emerging Gen M ecology : what will their world look like? / Stephen Abram --
Gen M(obile) : learning applications for mobile technology in higher education / Boris Vilic and Robert J. Lackie --
Technology and pedagogy : the best of both for Gen M students / Lauren Pressley --
Teaching Gen M through cooperative learning / Sharon L. Morrison and Susan L. Webb --
Screencasting : extending your educational environment / Steve Garwood --
How I learned to stop worrying and love Google and Wikipedia : two classroom exercises and some musings and trends / Mitch Fontenot --
Teaching information ethics : the guided research paper / Joseph F. Joiner --
Information literacy vs. computer literacy : the first-year experience as a teaching tool / Beth Larkee.
|責任：||edited by Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic and Robert J. Lackie.|
Suitable for 'Generation M' - those born in the early 1980s through the mid 1990s, this title answers the core questions you may need to facilitate new and powerful learning opportunities for your Gen M audience, including: Who are the members of Gen M? What is their shared cultural experience and how does it influence learning?
- Young adults' libraries -- Information technology.
- Generation Y.
- Technology and youth.
- Libraries and teenagers.
- Internet in young adults' libraries.
- Education -- Effect of technological innovations on.
- Educational technology.
- Information literacy.
- World Wide Web 2.0.
- Young adults' libraries -- United States.
- Information technology.
- Education -- Technological innovations.