Library & Information Science,
Course 262: Resources for Young Adults.
Dr. David Loertscher
A Science fiction timeline (w8a) Important books, movies and authors across the history of the genre.
Reference Tools (w8b) A few reference tools to help the librarians keep up and to use with readers.
Keeping Up (w8d) Sci-Fi Entertainment magazine editor, Scott Edelman, gives some tips for keeping current and some great web sites.
"Young Adult Science Fiction" by Francis J. Molson and Susan G. Miles. In: Anatomy of Wonder 4: A Critical Guide to Science Fiction. edited by Neil Barron. R.R. Bowker, 1995. (w8f.PDF)-- an essay that helps build background in the genre.
Professional article (w8i.pdf): "Best Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror, 1997," VOYA, April, 1998, p. 11-23. - a great list for teens.
Bibliography (w8j.pdf): Estes, Sally. "Across Time: Time-Ravel Tales," Booklist, August, 1997, p. 1892. - an annotated list of books from the 90s for YAs.
websites for Star Trek Fans
Trek Web - resource site; also the official site
Star Trek: The Final Frontier - original series site
Star Trek: The Next Generation - next generation site
Star Trek Voyager Starfleet Database
ST-Insurrection.com - Insurrection movie site also the official site
Web Index for Star Trek
Star Trek: The Experience
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