Books, Chapters & White Papers

  • Campana, K., Haines, C., Kociubuk, J., & Langsam, P. Making the connection: Computational thinking and early learning for young children and their families. Public Libraries, July/August 2020.
  • Contributor, “Technology Tools” and “Best Practices” in Virtual Storytime Services Resource Guide. Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy and ALSC, 2020.
  • Haines, C. (2019). “Computational thinking in storytime: Robots.” In E. Kroski (Ed.) 60 ready-to-use coding projects. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman.
  • Koester, A. & Haines, C. (2019). “Librarians as media mentors: Building media literacy with programming, advisory, and access.” In K. Campana & J. E. Mills (Eds.) Create, innovate, and serve: A radical approach to children’s and youth services. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman.
  • Haines, C. (2019). “Apps for children: regulatory issues” In R. Hobbs & P. Mahailidis (Eds.) The International encyclopedia of media literacy, John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Haines, C., Campbell, C. & Association for Library Service to Children (2016). Becoming a media mentor: Working with children and families. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman.
  • Campbell, C., Haines, C., Koester, A., & Stoltz, D. (2015). Media mentorship in libraries serving youth. Chicago, IL: ALSC.
  • Haines, C. & Kluver, C. (2015). Evaluation of New Media. In A. Koester (Ed.) Young children, new media, and libraries: A guide for incorporating new media into library collections, services, and programs for families and children ages 0-5. Evanston, IL: Little eLit.

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