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. 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 leave early Wednesday for Dayton, Ohio. I am speaking at the Ohio Library Council Conference. I will be connected as much as possible. Please email me if you need anything. Here’s a bit about my talk, based in part on one of my “Office Hours” columns in Library Journal. October 5, 2017 […]
It will be exciting to watch your first major assignments appear in the Community Site activity stream. Over the next few days we’ll see more Context Book Reports go up.
Hello all – I am watching your Post #2 Community Choice blog posts come into my aggregator. I look forward to reading them. I wanted to share a note about this coming week’s module. Module 4 has been completely updated and includes work from numerous fine folks, including our outstanding King Library liaison Ann Agee, […]
Greetings all – Please look at the rubrics for all the assignments as you prepare your work. I also want to mention citation style and my approach for this section of 200.
Greetings all – this is a cross post from the Community Site – I had a question come in about students in INFO 200 interviewing or surveying members of their chosen community. This prompted some discussion amongst the 200 instructors and the chair of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) on campus. Some important clarifications follow. […]
Hey all – As we go deeper into the semester, please make sure you pay close attention to the course schedule and due dates. I do not want to see anyone get behind. Each assignment builds on the next and the writing requirements are rigorous.
Hello all – Please add these URLs to your feeds for our section of 200: @kirstenschilling https://ischoolblogs.sjsu.edu/info/foraysintosacramentospecialcollections/ @dianarivers https://ischoolblogs.sjsu.edu/info/dianarivers200/ Please say hello to @kirstenschilling and @dianarivers 🙂
Hey all – I have heard it is HOT in parts of California. Up here in northern Michigan we are anticipating lows in the mid 40s tonight. “And summer became the fall…” goes the song. Our new module will go up on Monday as usual but please also enjoy the last holiday of the summer […]