Gogan, Barbara; Marcus, Adam
May 2013
Knowledge Quest;May/Jun2013, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p40
Academic Journal
The authors discuss application of transliteracy practices in school library programs. They acknowledge how advances in technology brought significant change to library operations, noting necessity of adaptation and open mind to effectively promote learning to transliterate students. Brief definitions for multimedia and transmedia creations are offered. They also offer a preview of the weblog "The Daring Librarian" where ideas for incorporating transliteracy in said programs may be accessed.


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