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The Library Screen Scene

Film and Media Literacy in Schools, Colleges, and Communities

By Renee Hobbs, Liz Deslauriers, Pam Steager

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In the past two decades, several U.S. states have explored ways to mainstream media literacy in school curriculum. However one of the best and most accessible places to learn this necessary skill has not been the traditional classroom but rather the library. In an increasing number of school, public, and academic libraries, shared media experiences such as film screening, learning to computer animate, and video editing promote community and a sense of civic engagement. The Library Screen Scene reveals five core practices used by librarians who work with film and media: viewing, creating, learning, collecting, and connecting. With examples from more than 170 libraries throughout the United States, the book shows how film and media literacy education programs, library services, and media collections teach patrons to critically analyze moving image media, uniting generations, cultures, and communities in the process.

Product code: 9780190854324

ISBN 9780190854324
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H235xW157xS23
No. Of Pages 352
Publisher Oxford University Press Inc
The Library Screen Scene shows how library film and media literacy education programs promote community and a sense of civic engagement.