For the past 5 years my department in the library at Carleton College have developed and engaged in an ongoing assessment project, the Information Literacy in Student Writing (ILSW) project. We published a piece in In The Library With The Lead Pipe in 2011, and this month Portal published our second article on the topic, “Situating
We got a letter from the Copyright Clearance Center on behalf of someone who wants permission to use a chapter out of a book published in 1960, so I set about figuring out what the book was and who could sign for the college. Simple right? The permissions request form listed the author as Pierre
Yesterday we hosted our traditional bagel study break for reading days. As usual, the bagels went fast.
The director of our Humanities Center instituted a First Fridays informal gathering at our local pub geared toward people who are interested in digital humanities. It’s only met three or four times so far, and I had to miss the first one, but it’s been really great to sit around and listen to people say