Citas bibliograficas de cómo los niños interactúan con información digital

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Seminario de Innovación y Creatividad
Dra. Patricia Verdines

Taller 1: Estrategias de Búsqueda de Información Bibliográfica
Paulina Jasibe Galindo Manrique 787277

2 de Mayo del 2010

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Taller 1: Estrategias de Búsqueda de Información Bibliográfica

Objetivo(s) de aprendizaje:

Identificar fuentes deinformación relevantes en un proyecto de investigación. ¿cómo interactúan los niños de diversas culturas con la información disponible en formato digital?

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Título: Nombre del Tema: The Craft of Information Visualization Designing a Digital Library Intergenerational Partnership for Young Children: An

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Allison Druin, Benjamin B. Bedersona, JuanPablo Hourcadea, Lisa Sherman, Glenda Revellea, Michele Platnera and Stacy Weng As more information resources become accessible using computers, our digital interfaces to those resources need to be appropriate for all people. However when it comes to digital libraries, the interfaces have typically been designed for older children or adults. Therefore, we have begun to develop a digital libraryinterface developmentally appropriate for young children (ages 5– 10 years old). Our prototype system we now call “SearchKids” offers a graphical interface for querying, browsing and reviewing search results. This paper describes our motivation for the research, the design partnership we established between children and adults, our design process, the technology outcomes of our current work, andthe lessons we have learned. Allison Druin, Benjamin B. Bederson, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Lisa Sherman, Glenda Revelle, Michele Platner, Stacy Weng, Designing a Digital Library for Young Children: An Intergenerational Partnership, In: Benjamin B. Bederson and Ben Shneiderman, Editor(s), The Craft of Information Visualization, Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco, 2003, Pages 178-185, ISBN 978-1-55-860915-0,DOI: 10.1016/B978155860915-0/50023-8. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B86TF4PN6J8D-W/2/85831be420403eec5a18d2748932065e)

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Título: Nombre del Tema: Mobile Technology for Children Chapter 1 How Mobile Technologies Are Changing the Way Children Learn Yvonne Rogers, Sara Pric NA Yvonne Rogers, Sara Price, How Mobile TechnologiesAre Changing the Way Children Learn, Mobile Technology for Children, Morgan Kaufmann, Boston, 2009, Pages 1-22, ISBN 978-0-12-374900-0, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-374900-0.00001-6. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B8P4H4X970NT-3/2/ac9392e363242005ab0ce223b91d5ad5)

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Título: Nombre del Tema: Mobile Technology for Children Chapter 2 Harnessing thePotential of Mobile Technologies for Children and Learning Dixie Ching, Carly Shuler, Armanda Lewis, Michael H. Levine NA Dixie Ching, Carly Shuler, Armanda Lewis, Michael H. Levine, Harnessing the Potential of Mobile Technologies for Children and Learning, Mobile Technology for Children, Morgan Kaufmann, Boston, 2009, Pages 23-42, ISBN 978-0-12-3749000, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-374900-0.00002-8.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B8P4H4X970NT-4/2/4594d679805803d76a2e762fdf081ebc)

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Título: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences Media Effects on Children S. L. Calvert

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Resumen: The twentieth century brought with it the dawn of electronically based media that becameintegrated into children's daily lives. Children's media environments include information delivered by traditional print sources such as comic books, by mass broadcast systems such as television, film, and radio, by audio and video cassette recorders, and by the more recent digital interactive computer-based technologies such as video games, desktop computers, CDROM, the Internet, and virtual reality....
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