Reaching and Teaching the 'Digital Generation': Separating Myth from Fact, presented by Siva Vaidhyanathan, Associate Professor of Media Studies and Law, University of Virginia. This lecture questions the myth of the "digital generation," arguing that today's adolescents and college students are not necessarily savvy when it comes to using digital media content in a powerful manner. The education system must innovate more to meet their diverse needs. Part of Imagining the Library: Books in Public Life from Late Antiquity to the Digital Age. Organized by the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere and co-sponsored by the Centers’ Rothman Endowment, the University of Florida Libraries, the CLAS Office of the Dean, the Honors Program, the Alachua County Library District, the France-Florida Research Institute, the Department of History, the College of Design, Construction, and Planning, the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, and the Levin College of Law. For more information contact Bonnie Effros at email@example.com or 352-392-0796. (dina)
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