Hey folks – I am getting great questions in the “Ask a Question” tribe. If you haven’t joined, you probably should – especially with the rest of our assignments being so important to the course:
Hope you all had a great weekend! Blog Post #4 is just around the corner:
Hey all – as I read your blog posts, I am seeing some comments awaiting moderation. Please be sure to check your blogs for comments often. Dashboard –> Comments See this How To at the Community Site.
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. Baker, P. M. A., & Ward, A. C. (2002). Bridging temporal and spatial […]
This week, we will explore the importance of user experience. The link for Module 7 can be found here. You will find an introductory lecture by me and a lecture from Aaron Schmidt, as well as some pertinent readings in the realm of UX. Action Items: Consider the importance of user needs and wants as you […]
Some thoughts for all related to a question I had about our reflective blogging assignment as you work on Post #3 and beyond. Start getting very serious about weaving your peer reviewed sources and studies you are finding into your posts. That will set you up to have draft chunks of your paper. Utilizing a […]
Hey all – I had a question from a student about this so I thought I should remind you of the requirements for the course:
Greetings all! I finished grading all the submitted book reviews. Overall, everyone did very well. You’ll find your scores in Canvas.
The link for Module 6 can be found here. This module explores community-created information communities and how libraries are working with these groups to enhance services.
(Note from Michael – I appreciate the feedback on my post about specific Q & As for the assignments. I want to try this one as a post on our section site. @clutke mentioned how useful feeds would be for the comments. This makes great sense. This is the comment feed for our section site […]