We’re Published! “Swimming the Matrix: A Dialogue on Teaching Undergraduate Research”

Danielle Theiss and Kiane Kovacs have edited and published a book inspired by the work and writings of Barbara Fister, one of the librarians I most respect in the profession for her complex thinking, clear writing, and general all around amazingness as a person. The book itself has chapters of all kinds, each of which

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CSI(L) Carleton: Forensic Librarians and Reflective Practices

“Wait, this is information literacy?” a rhetorician at our workshop exclaimed in excited surprise. “But this is so cool!” And we wanted to respond “YES!” not only from joyful pride but also out of recognition. After all, we too had had very similar reactions to our own work with information literacy, and not that long ago. We

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Alice in Libraryland

SLA’s Future Ready 365 team invited me to add an honorary “special” to my librarian credentials and write a post for them, so I wrote Alice in Libraryland. The first paragraph isn’t very rabbit-hole-ish: Imagine walking through the stacks in your favorite library. The slightly worn spines creating that familiar regular irregularity on each side,

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