Hey all – just an FYI – my new column is up at Library Journal. It’s called “Telling Stories.” This piece marks the seventh year I have been writing “Office Hours.” My summer reading pile included a preview of Annie Spence’s Dear Fahrenheit 451. Spence is a former student of mine who went on to […]
Hey all – A student writes: “As I’ve never done a Literature review before, I’ve been reading through our material on how to go about it. I liked the idea of the “framework” proposed by Smallbone and Quinton but was frustrated that I couldn’t utilize their table. So, I made one. I wanted to email it […]
Hey all – I want to offer a mid term check in for the Reflection Blogging assignment.
Greetings all! Modules 8 (this week) and 9 (next week) tackle professional ethics and many of the dilemmas information professionals face when providing information to their various communities. Module 8 can be found here.
Hope you all had a great weekend! Blog Post #4 is just around the corner: (Updated this post with the #4 helper text and republished)
Hey all. Here are the abstract and slides for my talk in Dayton at Ohio Library Council Conference. I had a nice group of library folk and there was much discussion about the “formula for success.” Take a look at the slides if you are interested. (This post is an FYI, nothing required!) Adopt or […]
Hi all – I am working through your assignments and I recalled a PDF that one of my very best professors created and shared with us at the University of North Texas. It features all sorts of tips about citation and writing style. Dr. Linda Schamber, the author, has made it available online: Tips for […]
This guide will help you get started with the Literature Review assignment:
Hey all – The first serious lit review I wrote in my doc program was on virtual communities. Here’s the reference list. It may be of interest, especially for those of you looking closely at communities born on the Web, etc.
Hey all – I have started looking at your Sources Survey assignments. I am updating this post and republishing if you’d like to share or comment about crafting your description. Greetings all – I think it would be useful for the next assignments for all of you to work on refining your description of your […]