Little eLit started in 2011 as a record of librarian Cen Campbell’s experiments in using new media as a tool to promote early literacy in library programs and services.
In 2013, Little eLit morphed into a crowd-sourced, grass-roots professional learning network to develop promising practices for the incorporation of new media into library collections, services and programs for families with young children. The majority of these practices were recounted and documented on the Little eLit blog, a portion of this site that is still available but no longer updated.
Today, Little eLit continues to exist in the form of a collaborative, web-based think tank.
Join the Little eLit Think Tank
The Little eLit Think Tank is a community forum where you can share what you’re working on, ask questions, and talk to other librarians, storytellers and early childhood educators who are also working with young children & new media.