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Jan 30th, 2006
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
California Ballroom
Mountain Time
Session Type: Featured Session

Teen use of the Internet, cell phones, TiVos, iPods, and game consoles is being woven more deeply into the rhythms of their lives, and their tastes in media and style are evolving. This presentation will discuss the differences and similarities between teen behaviors and attitudes toward technology and those of their elders. The presenter will discuss the latest research findings of the Pew Internet & American Life Project and will share thoughts about the future of education and libraries.



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