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“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 [...]
My friend Sarah Cohen and I were just published in the latest issue of Communications in Information Literacy. Our article is titled “Turn Your Cell Phones On: Mobile Phone Polling as a Tool For Teaching Information Literacy.” From the abstract: “While mobile technologies are ubiquitous among students and increasingly used in many aspects of libraries, [...]
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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