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Reading Ability and the New Technology--Developments in Germany
This paper begins by examining various aspects of children's and young people's reading ability and the new media, including children's media use and ownership, as well as multicultural aspects. The way public libraries see their role in the teaching of media skills is then considered, including well-developed reading ability as a prerequisite of media skills competence, providing media access and teaching media skills, and library policy positions; the statistics on the library provision of new media with special reference to service for children and young people are also discussed.
Author/Creator: Krueger, Susanne, Schmitt, Rita
Date Published: 08-00
Notes: Connect to the catalog at the library of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
In: IFLA Council and General Conference. Conference Programme and Proceedings (65th, Bangkok, Thailand, August 20-28, 1999); see IR 057 674.
141 Reports--Descriptive; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers
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