Teaching in Circles

Earlier this week I listened in fascination and envy while three professors reported on their experience as an unlikely teaching circle. Teaching circles, here, are groups of three faculty from different departments who team up to observe each other outside the normal departmental observation schedules. This particular teaching circle sounded like a those old “walked

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“Information Literacy vs. the Demagogue” over at the JCLP

The Journal of Creative Library Practice¬†(a journal of which I am an editor) has just published a thought piece by¬†Mark Lenker, “Information Literacy vs. the Demagogue.” If you’ve ever wondered what Senator McCarthy, master of disinformation, would think about information literacy, here’s your chance to find out.