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Title:What Do Youth Service Librarians Need? Reassessing Goals and Curricula in the Context of Changing Information Needs and Behaviors of Youth
Author(s):Taylor, Natalie; Phillips, Abigail; Agosto, Denise E.; Abbas, June; Salib, Gabrielle; Willett, Rebekah; Wheeler, Nathan T.; Feng, Yuanyuan; Barriage, Sarah; DiGiacomo, Daniela; Greenhalgh, Spencer; Escobar, Kristie; Evans, Sarah A.; Subramaniam, Mega
Subject(s):LGBTQI+ youth
Design thinking
Interdisciplinary research
Family studies
Abstract:The ALISE Youth Services Special Interest Group (SIG) presents a panel that explores what “youth services” means in the context of LIS education today, including novel additions to youth services curricula and how the changing needs of youth impact LIS education. The session begins with five research presentations, followed by an open discussion and Q&A. The five presentations incorporate the following topics: critical youth information needs, methods of incorporating design thinking and interdisciplinary research into MLIS youth services courses, an investigation of dialogue between librarians and youth, and the role of family and community in youth information behavior. The discussion prompted by this scholarship serves as an important contribution to the continued reform and evolution of youth services education.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Information Needs
Pedagogy
Young Adult Services
Sociology of Information
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108795
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09


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