The Cleary Community for 21st Century Youth is a virtual gathering of individuals interested in research and practice related to 21st century youth literacy.
This collaboration between six Washington State public library systems and the University of Washington Information School consists of four main components: early childhood research-based initiatives in or related to public and school libraries, comprehensive Cleary documents for research and practice, a recent "Radical Change" print book with digital age characteristics each month (with invitation for others to post), and a space for professionals to share events, information, literature, and best practices related to all forms of information literacy of digital-age youth. While currently primarily a space frequented by Washington librarians to share contributions and concerns about these issues, the goal is to include both local and national participants.
Collaborative Planning Grant - Institute for Museum and Library Services 2009-2011.
National Leadership Research Grant - Institute for Museum and Library Services 2011-2014.
Harry Bruce, Dean, Information School
College of Education
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|Administrator / Program Manager:||Campana, Katie|
|Administering College/School:||Information School|
|Faculty Involvement:||7 faculty plus several doctoral students|