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I recently got an article published in NITLE’s Academic Commons. It’s about games and libraries and how they can be used both for research and in the classroom. The article is titled Taking Games in Libraries Seriously.
“Librarianship is not a set of skills to be learned, or a set of degrees to be mastered. Librarianship is a conversation that has taken place over millennia.” David Lankes recently had a great post about engaging in the big questions in the profession. He said that “bad conferences are filled with ‘how we do […]
One of things that I see students struggle with the most in doing research is question and topic identification. A big portion of the time I spend helping students with their research is spent helping them identify and define what their question is and what problem they want to address. I use techniques like mind-mapping to help students […]
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