Rhonda McEwen is currently teaching this great new course at the iSchool and has very kindly agreed to let us post the reading list for her class. It's great to see a diverse range of students in the course - students from information studies and knowledge media design, Phd students and the iSchool Registrar!
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INF2196H New Media &; Information Practices of the Young
There is no course text, however the following books will be used to provide general context for the course material:
- Braun, Linda (2006) Teens, Technology, and Literacy; Or, Why Bad Grammar Isn't Always Bad, Libraries Unlimited, USA.
- Heggum, Lisa (2006) All Sleek and Skimming: Stories, Orca Book Publishers, Canada.
Required course readings are available electronically on the course blackboard site. Readings include:
- Agosto, E. D. (2001). “Propelling young women into the cyber age: Gender considerations in the evaluation of Web-based information,” School Library Media Research, Vol 4.
- Baron, N. (2008). Chapters 5 & 10, In Always On, Language in an Online and Mobile World. New York, Oxford University Press
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(rest of the reading list and online resources)