Education & Curriculum

Should Online Coursework Be a Library School Requirement?

This semester I’m taking ‘Distributed Learning Librarianship’ online at the University of North Texas.  Needless to say online learning is on my mind.  In August of last year Rose L. Chou contributed a great HLS post In Defense of Online LIS Education,  and Laura Sanders’ recent post on Teaching Methods Used in Library School generated … Continue reading

Technology

Google University

I had actually planned on writing a post about informal networking this week.  But then I was distracted.  That distraction came in the form of an invite to Google’s new, Google+ platform.  A great deal has already been written about the platform so I won’t get into the details of the actual program.  What I … Continue reading

Hack Your Program

Hack Your Program: Emporia State University’s School of Library and Information Management

Disclaimer: This is a post of my individual perspective on my MLIS program and not representative of  the student body or faculty of ESU. I started the program in the fall of 2009 and will finish in December of 2011. Before I get into the nitty-gritty details of my experience with Emporia State University’s  School … Continue reading