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The Library Screen SceneFilm and Media Literacy in Schools, Colleges, and Communities$
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Renee Hobbs, Liz Deslauriers, and Pam Steager

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190854317

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190854317.001.0001

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The Library Screen Scene
Author(s):

Renee Hobbs

Liz Deslauriers

Pam Steager

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190854317.003.0009

Media programs in libraries can help promote lifelong learning with film and video resources. Libraries are central to empowering their patrons to use media in meaningful ways. Film and media education must grow and evolve in order to become a more important part of the future of librarianship. We see libraries as venues for the process of civic agency and social change, which can be supported by the practice of critical analysis and creation of media in the library space. Libraries that cultivate community film viewing and media making embody the practice of community building, and community spaces for gatherings and discussions are increasingly recognized as key features for libraries. Resources and programs that support patrons as media makers, not just as media consumers, are a vital part of the future of libraries. Film and media education activities provide many opportunities for partnering with the community.

Keywords:   Future Ready Librarians, future of libraries, librarianship, transforming, media centers, YouTube, film education, media education, creating, experiential learning

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