Posts Tagged 'librarianship'

Liaison connection

As scholarly communication changes, as academic programs of cross-disciplinary clusters emerge and new media and means of distribution come on the scene, the culture of liaison librarians undergoes similar cross-disciplinary, collaborative shifts… @ACRLn

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Char Booth: re-imagining libraries/acting on ideas in and outside collaborative cultures

Project Information Literacy Interview with Booth

A new polemic: libraries, MOOCs, and the pedagogical landscape

To examine the MOOC as a microcosm is also to explore how the scope of librarianship is changing and will continue to change. @Lead Pipe

Good for what? Considering context in building learning objects

Context is key in guiding considerations on the creation of sequential tutorials. @Information Wants to be Free

B. Fister’s 2013 LOEX keynote: decode academy

Some of Fister’s provocative claims:
Academic librarians should stop teaching students how to find sources
Very rarely are citations needed
We should stop policing plagiarism
@Via Ink and Vellum

New leadership open online course

Free MOOC commences July 8. Sponsored by Syracuse University. Faculty include R. David Lankes, Jill Hurst-Wahl, Megan Oakleaf and Jian Qin. Read more…

Becoming a writer-librarian

Tips, resources, and more, on how to incorporate writing into your professional life… Read @LeadPipe Also see


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