Posts Tagged 'innovative'

Library DIY: unmediated point-of-need support

Taking into account DIY students: Library DIY @Information WantsTo Be Free

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2013 ACRL recorded panel: …enhancing learning through mapping, rubrics, and portfolios

Audio of panel, slides also available here Via Char Booth @Info-mational

Hubs and centers as transitional change strategy for library collaboration

Libraries of science and technology universities worldwide are adapting to a changing environment… In addition to adopting new technologies and the resources and expertise to manage them, libraries are experimenting with organizational models… Read… @Ubiquitous Librarian

The past, present, and future of scholarly publishing

M Eisen weighs in on reinventing the scholarly publishing system… By replacing the current journal hierarchy with a structured classification of research areas and levels of interest, this new system would undermine the generally poisonous “winner take all” attitude associated with publication in Science, Nature and their ilk. Read more

Hacking, making, & creating at the library

A March 2013 presentation offering an overview of what’s happening, and some tips on where to start. Read @DavidLeeKing

DIY library culture and the academy

Librarianship has seen a groundswell of innovative do-it-yourself (DIY) activity in recent years… For academic librarians this DIY culture is closely tied with professional development and scholarship, but what does it say about the future of the academic library profession? From Lead Pipe editors. Read on @LeadPipe

Not an April Fool’s joke: the New York Times has built a haiku bot

Read more @NiemanJournal


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