Further Reading and Resources
There are so many great resources online about kids and media and technology. Here are just a few.
How Smartphones Have Unleashed Humanity's Creative Potential
Read at wired.com
Dad, can you put away the laptop?
Read at boston.com
PBS Gives Parents More Control Over Kids' Screens With New App
Read at wired.com
The Touch-Screen Generation
Read at atlantic.com
How Fluently Do You Speak Emoji?
Read at time.com
How Texting Changes the Way Kids Communicate
Read at parenting.com
What Can 2,000 Kids Tell Us About Media?
Read at geekdad.com
Digital Kids Initiative: Texting
Read at digitalkidsinitiative.com
Parenting as a Gen Xer: We're the first generation of parents in the age of iEverything
Read at washingtonpost.com
Kids and Screen Time: Cutting Through The Static
Read or listen at npr.org
Kids and Socializing Online
Read at onguardonline.gov
Responsible Text Messaging Tips
Read at commonsensemedia.org
Anybody Home? Parenting Tips for Texting Kids
Read at uvm.edu
Best apps to block texting while driving
Read at verizonwireless.com
No texting at the table! Tips for parenting in the digital age
Read at nydailynews.com
Cell Phone Texting Tips for Older Folks
Read at myibroke.com
Mobile apps vs. traditional social networking
Read at kidsinthehouse.com
6 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe on Social Media
Read at washingtonpost.com/
McLuhan, M. (1964). "Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man",1st Ed. McGraw Hill, NY
Prensky, M. (2001). "Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants", in On the Horizon, October 2001, 9 (5). Lincoln: NCB University Press.
Hobbs, R. (2010). "Digital and Media Literacy: A Plan of Action" Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Burdick, A, and Drucker, J. (2012). "Digital Humanities". Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Jay, G. (2011). "The Engaged Humanities: Principles and practices for public scholarship and teaching" Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.
Kress, G. (2003). "Literacy in the New Media Age" Routledge.
Clement, T. (2012). "Multiliteracies in the Undergraduate Digital Humanities Curriculum", in Digital Humanities Pedagogy; Practices, Principles, and politics.
Hirsch, D. (2012)."Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics" Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2012.
Lothian, A. and Phillips, A. (2013). "Can Digital Humanities Mean Transformative Critique?", Journal of e-Media Studies, Lothian.
Jensen, A. & Jensen, M. (2010)."Online girl games, identity, and the creation of a multimodal consumer/creator", in Chappell, D. (Ed.), Children Under Construction: Critical essays on play as curriculum (pp. 21 - 40), New York.
Junco, R. & Mastrodicasa, J. (2007). "Connecting to the Net.Generation: What higher education professionals need to know about today's students", Washington, DC: NASPA.
Steyer, R. (2010)."A Plan to Connect All Americans to the Digital World", Huffington Post.
Ed Hirsch, D. (2012). "Teaching Skills or Teaching Methodology" in Digital Humanities Pedagogy; Practices, Principles, and Politics.
Hobbs, R. (2013). "Discovering Media Literacy: Teaching Digital Media and Popular Culture in Elementary School", Corwin.