• What Children Can Teach Us - Developing Digital Libraries with Children for Children
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Tags/Keywords

Digital Libraries, Collaborative Design, Children Centered Design, Information Technology, Human Computer Interaction Lab, Internet, International Children's Digital Library

Copyright Status

Material is in public domain

Citation

Druin, A. (2005). What children can teach us: Developing digital libraries for children with children. Library Quarterly, 75(1), 20-41.

Resource Type

Papers and Reports

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Overview

This paper presents a discussion of the interdisciplinary research that contributes to understanding of digital libraries for children, it examines a case study of developing the ICDL, and discuss the implication of the research on designing with children and the future directions of digital libraries.

Intended Audience

Researchers, Teachers/Educators, Librarians

Topic Area

Research, Teaching, Technology Studies, Library Studies

Authors

Allison Druin

Home Page Link

http://hcil.cs.umd.edu/trs/2003-39/2003-39.pdf

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