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Title:Youth services in the global learning community
Author(s):Koh, Kyungwon; Phillips, Abigail; Cahill, Maria; Escobar, Kristie; Farmer, Lesley; Garrison, Kasey; Gavigan, Karen; Howard, Mary; Joo, Soohyung; Magee, Rachel
Subject(s):Youth services
Young adult literature
LGBTQAI+
Fake news
Storytime
Global citizenship
Graphic novel
Social justice
Abstract:The Youth Services SIG proposes a panel of six presentations focusing on youth, learning, and information in a global context. The purpose of the SIG session is (a) to present a diversity of current research that investigates youth learning in a global context, and (b) to engage the audience in discussing to what extent our teaching, research, service efforts account for the global context and exploring future directions for youth services in equipping contemporary young people for this diverse and global world. The peer-reviewed projects featured in the panel demonstrate youth services librarianship plays a critical role in youth learning in a global context, whether through public library story time, new literacy and fake news curriculums, community engagement and informal learning programs, graphic novels, or young adult literature on or for LGBTQAI+ (an inclusive term that refers to most all sexual and gender identities). Each presentation addresses this year’s conference theme, Exploring Learning in a Global Information Context, in a different, yet significant manner. These projects highlight how youth-centered librarianship promotes learning, global citizenship, global literacy, and cultural understandings and diversity—key competencies in the global information context. The panel will begin with a brief introduction by the moderators (5 minutes). A presentation on each project will follow (maximum 10 minutes per project—total 60 minutes). Finally, the panelists will engage the audience, opening the floor to questions and discussions on the implications for LIS educators and researchers (25 minutes).
Issue Date:2019-09-24
Series/Report:Children’s services
School libraries
Public libraries
Young adult services
Information literacy
Reading and reading practices
Community engagement
Education programs/schools
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/105359
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-08-23


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