A student shared this: I’ve found this pretty helpful while working on the paper: https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/student-paper-setup-guide.pdf I would suggest downloading as you format your work! Image: Sunrise in the woods
Hey all – I am finding a few student blogs that have comments un-approved. Everyone – please check your comments and approve! This is very important for your participation/engagement grade for class. Dashboard –> Comments
Greetings! This week’s module explores the work LIS professionals are doing all over the world implementing services and spaces designed for their communities. Some seek to engage users via programming and other means of connection to the institution.
Via a former student in my 287: More #Library2.0 in action! #ParticipatoryService @jrussellbliss @DyerAriel @mstephens7 https://t.co/MFb107LHAp — GeneseeReads (@GeneseeReads) April 21, 2021
Hey all – I am a bit off today with chills, aches, and low energy. Please email me directly if you need anything. My plan is to be back on track tomorrow. 🙂 Image: Post it of the time we could leave the drive through vaccine clinic after the 💉
Hey all – I want to let everyone know that the globally focused post can come from any resource you find related to your information community and how they might be served by information professionals in other parts of the world. Use the articles in the global module for inspiration. Take a look at the […]
Part of the research paper assignment is creating an abstract. For inspiration, I want to share a couple of abstracts from articles I’ve co-authored.
Hello all – For this part of the research paper process: Students will have the opportunity to submit a draft of their paper to the instructor for formal feedback up to one week prior to the final due date. Students can then incorporate this feedback into the final version of their paper submitted for grading. […]
Hey all – Here are some action items to guide you through the next few weeks. Some I carried over from this post. Everyone also remember to breathe, take care of yourselves and your loved ones, and be safe. Contact me anytime with questions or concerns. Research Paper: Go through all the material in Getting […]
Greetings all! Now we turn our attention to librarians and information professionals encouraging and supporting learning for their communities. The exchange of information and knowledge within communities of learners is an area ripe for exploration. How people learn, what motivates them, and how we can assess them are viable questions for information professionals.