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 […]
Intellectual freedom entails the fundamental right of all people to think, say, write, and espouse any idea or belief, regardless of its political, religious, or social foundation or intent. The link for Module 9 can be found here.
Greetings all! I wanted to welcome you to our Spring Break and give you some quick updates. Please take time over the coming days to relax and recharge. Thank you for your hard work. I want to say you’ve done great work on everything so far. We have already covered a lot of ground! Be […]
Update: I was prepping this post during a break from reading and I hit publish and did not realize it. Here it is for real! Hey all – I just finished reading all of your blog posts to date and I am impressed with what you have done. I appreciate seeing citations from your own research, […]
Hey all – Some of you may know that I write a monthly opinion piece in Library Journal. My new column just appeared in the March 15 issue. It’s called “Chaos & Caring.” It has everything: mention of my dogs, a Fleetwood Mac reference, and SOUP. More importantly, it touches on libraries as safe places for all, […]
Everyone, please take a look at this article from Marcia Bates as you start work on your literature review. Some of you have cited it but perhaps some of you have not seen it.
This guide will help you get started with the Literature Review assignment:
Hey all – I want to offer a mid term check in for the Reflection Blogging assignment. Here’s the schedule of posts with brief descriptors:
Greetings all! Modules 8 (this week) and 9 (after break) tackle professional ethics and many of the dilemmas information professionals face when providing information to their various communities. The link for Module 8 can be found here.
Hey all – I am reposting this as in case anyone would like to share their revised descriptions of their communities. I think it is a good exercise to prep for the remaining formal assignments. Your writing in the lit review and research paper must be academic and formal. We explored the description with a […]