Number of unique resources found: 7
Author: Clement, Gail ; Rob McGeachin
Description: Copyright educator Gail Clement addresses the uncertainty about copyright for faculty and extension educators, especially geared toward clearing up misconceptions where the law is clear and we may be acting under outdated understandings. The main focus is on what exactly is protected by copyright and what is not, and on government-produced work, government-funded work, compilations of facts, and maps.
Author: Nielsen Online,
Description: This Nielson Report Highlights the following trends: 1. Putting the growth of social networks – popularity and engagement – into context 2. How the audience to social networks is changing 3. The challenges facing advertisers on social networks 4. What advertisers can do to find the magic formula for advertising in social networks 5. Factors contributing to the Facebook phenomenon 6. Why localization has won the day in many countries 7. Where mobile social networking has taken the greatest hold 8. What ‘traditional’ publishers can do in the face of the social network phenomenon. While coming from a business / marketing perspective, it offers helpful ways for programs to think about marketing their program, as well as enhancing media literacy.
Author: Kahler, James (4 more by this author)
Description: Information on how to take good photos for CYFAR projects.
Author: Nordby, Ann (24 more by this author)
Description: Teens research health issues online, but often do not know where to turn. Social networking sites do not offer expert information on teens' top health concerns and there is a need for a knowledgeable source.
Description: Resources for nonprofit practitioners just starting out with social media integration. Here you'll find case studies, worksheets, and links to guide the development of your first social media plan. Start here to plan your strategy, navigate culture, build capacity, keep your team learning, and put those tactics into practice.
Description: Zero to Eight is a nationally representative survey of parents of U.S. children ages zero to eight, conducted to understand the patterns of media use among young American children. Covering TV, other video, reading, music, computers, video games, and mobile digital devices, we examine time spent and frequency of use; differences in children’s media use by gender, race, or socio-economic status; the home media environment; educational media use; and access to the newest mobile media platforms like smart phones and tablets.
Description: This Journal contains articles pertaining to children's use of media and the impact on children's development. Examples include Media and Young Children's Learning; Media and Attention, Cognition, and School Achievement; Media and Children's Aggression, Fear, and Altruism. Includes nine chapters and an introduction.