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WA 2016 Week 17: Research Notebook is Go!

Much like with succulents, I’ve planted an offshoot of this blog to see whether it’ll take root. Open Humanities Research Notebooks—come and join the future™.

WA 2016 Week 04: Library Privacy

Library privacy session with ACLU Idaho’s Ritchie Eppink and Library Freedom Project’s Alison Macrina at Meridian Library District’s unBound technology lab.

WA 2016 Week 02: Giroux on Neutrality

A culture of positivism, distinguishing between objectivity and objectivism, hegemony, false neutrality, values—this article has all sorts of relevance for l...

Weekly Whaaa…?

Why weekly? Why assemblage? Why Fluxus? And what’s that “sous les pavés, la plage” thing about?

WA 2015 Week 46 Massumi and North

Enthusiasm about Massumi putting Deleuze in a nutshell! Analogies between the pedagogy & structural place of Writing Centers & libraries! Jekyll on t...

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 45

Three links & lots of enthusiasm! Elmborg’s “Literacies Large and Small,” a Time Management mega post, & how STEM relates to the liberal arts.

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 44

Halloween at CWI Library (Once Upon a Time); Readings I’m looking forward to; Taught my first library resources session.

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 42

Live! Real! Humans! (in the Classroom); Code Camps, the “Californian Ideology,” & Higher Ed’s Purpose; Open Access & “The Library of Forking Paths.”

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 41

Talking about librarianship values: objectivity as a value and valuing inclusivity enough to work toward it in earnest. And again—sorry, Eduardo.

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 39

Getting library cards and appreciating some unexpected aspects of Maria Accardi’s Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction.

Weekly Assemblage 2015 Week 37

A #critlib chat on information & migrant populations; threats to the Tor exit node in Kilton Public Library; CFP for papers on whiteness in LIS; study on...

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New Directions in Information Fluency

Brief reflections on a talk about bringing digital humanities to the reference desk, which I co-presented with Katherine Ahnberg at the New Directions in Inf...

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