Hey all – If you are looking at serious leisure etc please take a look: https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/0943-7444-2003-3-4-228.pdf The Serious Leisure Frontier in Library and Information Science: Hobby Domains Jenna Hartel I am loving this table:
These are now available as Course Helper!
Don’t miss this invaluable resource from our King Library. It is custom-designed by our library liaison to help you with your work in INFO 200.
Hey all – I am going to extend the due date for the LIS Model/Theory Research Summary to September 22. As I said in the video for this assignment, this is your first formal writing piece. Try not to stress too much – you are trying ideas on for size right now! This a way […]
Greetings all! I had a question about how our INFO 200 Course Learning Outcomes align with the School of Information’s Core Competencies Former 200 students created this Infographic for INFO 200 for us. It’s super cool. Be sure to start saving all of your assignments if you are planning for the e-portfolio option. My advice: […]
Hey all – if you are looking at fan communities: https://blogs.city.ac.uk/ludiprice/model-of-fan-information-behaviour/ Publications list: https://blogs.city.ac.uk/ludiprice/publications/ (if you cite, I would suggest citing the published studies)
This “Getting Started” post will help you with:
Hi all – As you work on your Blog Report #2, don’t forget about the helper section of all of our assignments and the assignment synthesis examples. These resources may serve as inspiration as you craft the description of your chosen community.
Hey all – I want to offer an extension on Blog Report Post #2: Describing Your Community. I want to give you extra time to consider how you will describe your community within the parameters of our course. Please have your post published to your blog by September 15th. Helpful Hint: Select a community that might […]
Hello everyone – I wanted to send out a reminder of key items related to graduate work and this course from the Getting Started Module. We are heading into an important phase of the class. The School requires that students earn a B in this course. If the grade is less than B (B- or […]