Welcome to our Course Wrap Up

Greetings all! Can you believe we are at the end? I made a video for you. Please take a look:

Housekeeping:

Your final deliverable:

  • Blog Post #8: Personal reflection on information communities. 5/11

Image: Two Track in Northern Michigan

20 thoughts on “Welcome to our Course Wrap Up

  1. laural

    Thank you so much 🙂 I have truly enjoyed this class. Your supportive and positive feedback and approach to the class is seen and greatly appreciated. The material was genuinely interesting, and your presentation style was extremely effective. Thank you again for such a great course. Enjoy your summer!

  2. Zephorah Dove

    Thank you so much for all your guidance and words of wisdom the semester; I throughouly enjoyed your class. I hope you and your loved ones stay safe and hopefully I’ll see you in Hyperlinked Libraries within the next year. Enjoy your summer!

  3. Leslie Parry

    Thank you so much for your guidance and encouragement this semester, and for the way you’ve fostered connectivity in our own class/information community. I’ve been enjoying reading everyone’s reflections. Such a positive experience.

  4. Erin Sommers

    @michael This was such a nice send off, thank you! I really enjoyed this course and learned so much from it. It was a great introduction to information communities and the world of library science. Thanks again for being so helpful and approachable. I hope you have a great summer!

  5. Courtney Wilson

    Thank you so much for all of your guidance and feedback this semester! I’ve really enjoyed my time in this course, and I look forward to applying everything I’ve learned in this class going forward in the program. Thanks again!

  6. Laura Gaskill

    What a great class this has been! A lot of work, to be sure, but it’s work we can be proud of. I especially appreciate the warmth that comes through in your videos. And the way you designed the blog post assignments to build towards the research paper was truly a lifesaver. Hope you have an awesome summer!

  7. Anain

    @michael Thank you so much for these encouraging words! I can see how so much of the theories from INFO 200 and INFO 204 fit with the research that I was doing about my information community and public libraries. I am excited about the future, but first, a much-needed break. I hope spring arrives for you soon.

  8. Rachael R

    Michael – I loved your final blog post. I hope it warms up for you soon. This has been a great class and a great introduction to graduate level library sciences. I hope I’ll see you around the virtual SJSU world soon.
    Thanks so much –
    Rachael R.

  9. Lana

    @michael Thank you for being such an engaging and passionate professor for my first full course this semester at iSchool. I could not have made a better choice for Info 200 and am very grateful to have had such a personable lecturer for the course material. The design of the course utilizing the blog format made for a less intimidating, more creative approach to writing. Tackling the blog posts one at a time to fit into the final research paper is such a helpful tool and I will take that approach with me in future writing projects. Thank you for all that you do professor.

  10. Liz Farinella

    Thank you! What a lovely & perfect way to wrap up the semester. Thanks for a wonderful introduction to LIS. Have a great Summer. ~ Liz

  11. Jada Wedlow

    Thank you so much for this wonderful video! I have thoroughly enjoyed this class and have learned so much about research and different forms of information-seeking behavior! You are a wonderful and knowledgeable Professor! It definitely shows that you love what you do!

  12. Dorianne Shaffer

    Dr.Stephens and classmates,

    Thank everyone of you for making this class such an amazing experience for me. I was definitely scared going in and working with all of you made me feel back in my zone.

    Dr. Stephens, I second comments about the course design. It really helped me engage better with you, my classmates, and the course content better than the other courses I took this semester. Thank you for the send off video. How I love two tracks and hiking in Michigan. Hopefully summer will come soon…

  13. Briana Herrod

    I echo what everyone else said, I truly loved all the reading and research. It was engaging and I wanted to read everything! Have a good Summer and take care!

  14. Associate

    ¡Gracias! I actually miss coming back to see what’s new (but not the homework, lol). It was a wild ride, but we made it. Thank you Professor for your guidance with this subject.

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