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Trials and Tribulations: Survey Research as an MLS Student
Digital Humanities / Education & Curriculum / Technology

Trials and Tribulations: Survey Research as an MLS Student

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Erica Hayes, Siobhain Rivera, Ariadne Rehbein, MLS Candidates at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing. We started with the best of intentions. Last semester, we decided that we wanted to present at a conference. It seemed like a great idea – we’d gain research experience, network, build … Continue reading

Student-led innovation: Part 2
Advocacy & Activism / Education & Curriculum

Student-led innovation: Part 2

Last month, I wrote about introducing social justice into the LIS curriculum, and offered specific ideas for incorporating social justice in a required “Organization of Information” class. Today I’ll offer ideas for incorporating social justice in an “Information Sources and Services” class. This class is probably the easiest of the core courses to address social … Continue reading

Weekly Round-up
Weekly Round-Up

Weekly Round-up

Editor’s Note: Each week, we reflect on the top articles, blog posts, tweets, news, thoughts, and other tidbits we’ve found interesting or useful. Enjoy! Ryan I’m undoubtedly a music fan, but I’m nowhere near an expert on musical copyright issues. The recent verdict of the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit pitting Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams against … Continue reading

Administrative Transparency – Obstacles & Opportunities
Education & Curriculum

Administrative Transparency – Obstacles & Opportunities

Since my post in December 2014 on administrative transparency, I’ve been trying to actively step up my participation and engagement with my school. My post led to conversations with several peers and colleagues in which they basically encouraged me to get more involved if I felt so strongly about school issues. While I still think that … Continue reading