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LIBRARIAN’S INSTRUCTIONAL ROLE


                From Text to Epitext               FORTHCOMING                      Libraries Supporting

              Expanding Students’                 Advocating Digital              Online Learning
              Comprehension,                    Citizenship                       Practical Strategies and
              Engagement, and                   Resources for the Library         Best Practices
              Media Literacy                    and Classroom                               CHRISTINA D. MUNE
                        SHELBIE WITTE, MELISSA GROSS,             CARRIE ROGERS-WHITEHEAD,
              AND DON LATHAM, EDITORS,          AMY O. MILSTEAD, AND
              FOREWORD BY TERI S. LESESNE
                                                LINDI FARRIS-HILL














                                                                                   October 2020 ,  168pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                                                  Paperback: 978-1-4408-6175-8
                                                                                   $55.00 ,  £41.00 ,  €46,00
               March 2021 ,  197pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4    May 2022 ,  160pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   eBook: 978-1-4408-6176-5
              Paperback: 978-1-4408-7749-0      Paperback: 978-1-4408-7889-3
               $55.00 ,  £41.00 ,  €46,00        $55.00 ,  £41.00 ,  €46,00
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7750-6                                             “ Timely, valuable, and essential
                                                eBook: 978-1-4408-7890-9            reading for all librarians and
                This volume explains how analyzing     FEATURES                     educators. ”
              textual elements that aren’t part of                                —Library Journal Online, Starred Review,
              the text but connected to it can be   •  Includes ideas, sample program              February 1, 2021
                                                  outlines, and resources for librarians
              used with K–16 students to improve   to bring digital citizenship to family,     Using practical examples from
              comprehension, engagement, critical   adult, and youth programming  librarians in the field, this book lays
              thinking, and media literacy.     •  Helps guide library policy to make the   out current issues in online learning
                FEATURES                          library a healthy, equitable, and safe   and teaches librarians how to adapt a
                                                                                  variety of library services—including
              •  Explains how epitext can be used   space for everyone.           instruction, reference, and collection
                to scaffold understanding by    •  Includes discussions, resources, and
                providing summaries of content,   advice on bridging the digital divide   development—to online education.
                interpretations, criticisms, and   with students, teachers, parents, and     FEATURES
                appreciations others share about  the community                   •  Offers practical strategies to librarians
                the work                                                            responsible for supporting hybrid and
                                                  CARRIE ROGERS-WHITEHEAD  worked   online courses and degree programs
                SHELBIE WITTE , PhD, is Chuck and Kim   for public libraries for a decade before   as well as MOOCs
              Watson Endowed Chair and professor   founding Digital Respons-Ability, a   •  May be easily adopted as a library
              of adolescent literacy and English   mission-based company that works with   science textbook for those teaching
              education at Oklahoma State University.  educators, parents, and students to
                                                teach digital citizenship.          instructional design, instructional
              MELISSA GROSS, PhD, is professor                                      technology, distance librarianship, or
              in the School of Information at Florida   AMY O. MILSTEAD is a current high   academic library issues courses
              State University and past president   school librarian and former middle
              of the Association for Library and   school and elementary school librarian
              Information Science Education (ALISE).  and teacher.                  CHRISTINA D. MUNE , MLIS, was online
                                                LINDI FARRIS-HILL is a current    learning librarian for San José State
              DON LATHAM, PhD, is professor in the                                University, in San José, CA, before
              School of Information at Florida State   high school librarian and a former   serving as director of information
              University. He has served as a board   instructional technology coach and  technology services and most recently
              member of the Association for     high school English teacher.      as associate dean of innovation and
              Library and Information Science                                     resource management.
              Education (ALISE).
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