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READING BY RIGHT

Successful strategies to ensure every child can read to succeed

Joy Court (CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Medals Working Party, Chairman, Reino Unido)

Londres, Reino Unido. FACET Publishing. ISBN: 9781783302093. 217 págs. Julio de 2017. Rústica.

PVP EUR 75,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Hace más de 50 años que se reconoció que la capacidad de leer es un derecho humano, gracias a muchas declaraciones e iniciativas. Cada niño tiene derecho a leer y a aprender a leer y tenemos una responsabilidad social para que esto sea posible.

 

Extracto del índice:

Foreword  – ​Chris Riddell

Introduction – Joy Court

1. Supporting every child to read – Alexandra Strick and Wendy Cooling

2. Listening to their voices: what research tells us about readers – Teri S. Lesesne

3. Becoming a reluctant reader – Prue Goodwin

4. Reading Club: a case study from Finland – Mervi Heikkilä and Sara Tuisku

5. Trained reading helpers: Beanstalk’s magic ingredient – Ginny Lunn and Hilary Mason

6. Let all children experience the joy of reading: promoting children’s reading in Korea – Yeojoo Lim

7. Reflecting readers: ensuring that no one is excluded – Jake Hope

8. Pulling in reluctant readers: strategies for school librarians – Alison Brumwell

9. Not just for the avid reader: inclusive Carnegie and Kate Greenaway shadowing – Amy McKay and Joy Court

10. Listen up! How audiobooks support literacy– Rose Brock

11. Reading the future – Jake Hope

Index

 

EXPERT INTERNET SEARCHING – 5th Edition

Phil Bradley (CILIP President 2012-13, Consultor externo, Reino Unido) – Editor

Londres, Reino Unido. FACET Publishing. ISBN: 9781783302475. 229 págs. Julio de 2017.Rústica.

PVP EUR 82,00 (4% IVA incluido)       

 

Esta nueva edición ofrece una revisión de las últimas herramientas disponibles en la red y sobre los estudios más recientes en la materia, como se puede ver en el índice.

 

Extracto del índice:

1. An introduction to the internet

Introduction

An overview of the internet

What the internet is and is not

Search engines

Failing resources

The information mix

Summary

2. An introduction to search engines

Introduction

Search engine criteria

Free-text search engines

Data collection

Relevance ranking

Index- or directory-based search engines

Multi- and meta-search engines

Visual search engines

Hidden, invisible, deep and dark web search engines

Multimedia search engines

Social media search engines

Other search engines

Summary

3. The world according to Google

Introduction

The Google experience

Google search: the basics

Boolean operators

Phrase searching

Narrowing your search results

Suggestions and searches related to

Advanced search functionality

Other search functions

‘One-trick ponies’

The knowledge graph and carousel

URL modifiers

Putting it all together

Other Google search tools

The disadvantages of Google

Summary

4. Other free-text search engines

Introduction

Bing

DuckDuckGo

Yandex

Other free-text search engines

What to look for when exploring a new free-text search engine

Summary

5. Directory, clustering and similarity search engines

Introduction

Directory-based search engines

Clustering search engines

Similarity search engines

Summary

6. Multi- and meta-search engines

Introduction

Multi-search engines

Meta-search engines

Summary

7. Social media search engines

Introduction

General social media engines

Searching Twitter

Hashtags

Searching Facebook

Summary

8. Visual and image search engines

Introduction

Some visual search engines

Major Image search engines

Reverse image searching

Creative Commons image searching

Other image search engines

Summary

9. People-based resources

Introduction

Standard search engines

E-mail search engines

People finders

Social media tools

Finding people that you don’t know

A search engine vanishing act

Summary

10. News-based search engines

Introduction

General search engines

Specialised news search engines

Newspapers and traditional media resources

News curation tools

Fake news

Evaluating the news

Summary

11. Multimedia search engines

Introduction

Traditional search engines

Video-specific search engines

Educational video search engines

Audio search engines

Podcast search engines

Summary

12. Specialised search engines

Introduction

Academic search engines

Search engines for children

Other specialised search engines

Summary

13. Hints, tips and the future

Domain names, URLs and web pages

Get the most out of your browser

Searching

Finding confidential information

Other resources to test your searching skills

Mobile search

The future of search

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