Monday, 13:30



Nicole Cooke, Kent State University
Marianne Martens, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Beth Juncker, University of Copenhagen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark


This panel, comprised of an international team of scholars, will address children’s information poverty from three perspectives: 1) information poverty faced by populations who do not see themselves reflected within mainstream picture books; 2) information poverty faced by immigrant children who do not have access to appropriate learning materials; and 3) adults’ cultural information poverty around the meaning of young people’s encounters with art and culture as part of their everyday life experience.