Book Review: Information Services Today
Reading / Reviews

Book Review: Information Services Today

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Nicole Gibby-Munguia.  Nicole Gibby-Munguia is in her second-to-last semester in the MLIS program at Dominican University in River Forest, IL. Her interests are knowledge management and digital curation. A Midwesterner at her core, she grew up in southwest Michigan on the shore of Lake Michigan. Seeking adventure … Continue reading

This is Not a Pipette: Bringing Humanities Methods into LIS Programs
Big Picture / To Read

This is Not a Pipette: Bringing Humanities Methods into LIS Programs

When I was talking with my friends and family about preparing for library school, I couldn’t stop tripping over the phrase “information science.” Between my humanities background and penchant for absurdity, I kept having visions of putting sterilized books into autoclaves or using a pipette to carefully dispense precise information units to patrons. I’ve been … Continue reading