Juried Posters from YALSA’s Research Poster Session at ALA Annual 2011

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Title: Teaching K-12 Digital Citizenship
Lesley Farmer, EdD
College of Education, California State University Long Beach
lfarmer@csulb.edu

Digital Citizenship

Title: Silencing the Internal Censor in YA Collection Development
Robin Fogle Kurz
PhD Candidate and Instructor
School of Library & Information Science, The University of South Carolina
robinfoglekurz@gmail.com

Title: A Tale of Two Covers: U.S. Teen Responses to Swedish and U.S. Book Cover Art
Annette Y. Goldsmith
University of Washington Information School; University of Southern California School of Social Work and USC Libraries
agoldsmith.fsu@gmail.com

Title: Exploring the Everyday Life Information Needs, Practices, and Challenges of Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Dana Hanson-Baldauf
PhD Candidate and Instructor
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
hansonda@unc.edu

Title: LGBTQ Homeless Youth and Public Libraries
Julie Ann Winkelstein
PhD Candidate and Instructor
School of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee
jwinkels@utk.edu

Poster’ References (in order horizontally, starting at the top of the poster)

‘ Ingram, G.B. (1997). Marginality and the landscapes of erotic alien(n)nations. In G.B. Ingram A.-M. Bouthillette, & Y. Retter (Eds.), Queers in space: Communities/public spaces/sites of resistance (pp.27-52). Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Goldman, L. (2008). Coming out, coming in: Nurturing the well-being and inclusion of gay youth in mainstream society. New York, NY: Routledge.

Professional 1, Interview, 2011

NYC Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Runaway and Homeless Youth (2010). All our children: Strategies to prevent homelessness, strengthen services and build support for LGBTQ youth. (p.15). Retrieved from http://www.hmi.org/document.doc?id=31

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