By Denise E. Agosto, June Abbas
Young people and Social Networking Now: What Librarians want to know is prepared round ten significant subject matters, together with utilizing social networking websites to attach adolescents to younger grownup literature, social networking and legislative concerns, social networking and safety/privacy concerns, and the social and academic merits of social networking. professional practitioners clarify how such matters can and may influence library prone to teenagers, concentrating on concrete feedback and particular steps for top practices and software designs that may support librarians make the most of social networking instruments to reinforce library providers to teenagers, either on-line and within the library.As historical past, the ebook explores the explanations such a lot of young people use those websites. It additionally stocks a profile of an award-winning public library's use of social networking to interact youngster library clients and a countrywide survey of the methods YA librarians are utilizing social networking to carry public library providers.
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Another one of the boys explained his frequent electronic communication patterns with his girlfriend and closest friends as varying in frequency yet occurring on a nearly daily basis: I am always connected to my girlfriend . . I have a group of friends that text me or call me on a regular basis, and out of them it might be one in a day or a couple of them [who text or call me each day]. Some days are higher than others. The nearly universal ownership of cell phones enabled this high rate of electronic communication, making cell phones virtually constant presences in these students’ lives.
The 2010 Pew study found that teens are using blogs less, 50% less, than suggested by equivalent ﬁgures from their 2006 study (Lenhart et al. 2010). If teens are losing interest in blogging, it doesn’t make much sense to devote limited library resources and staff time to maintaining a library blog for teens. The same is true of any other online services or programs. Even if a company provides free access to the platform that hosts the program or service, library staff still need to devote precious time to updating and monitoring it.
In More than MySpace: Teens, Librarians, and Social Networking, edited by Robyn M. Lupa, 99–107. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2009. Miller, Sarah Elizabeth, and Lauren A. Jensen. ” Computers in Libraries 27, no. 8 (September 2007): 18–22. National Center for Education Statistics. pubid=2008301 (accessed July 22, 2010). org/ Farkas, Meredith. htm/ 2 ppp LOOKING CLOSELY AT TEENS’ USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS: WHAT DO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS DO ONLINE? Denise E. Agosto, Joyce Kasman Valenza, and June Abbas In order to use social networks for the effective delivery of library services and instruction to teens, we ﬁrst need to understand how teens use these tools in their everyday lives.