Here’s a new case study on outreach.
Here’s a new introductory case study on arrangement: That’s the Way the Boxes Tumble. This case study is designed for an introduction to arrangement. It could be used in class for formative assessment purposes. It could also be used as an online discussion board prompt for formative assessment.
I have a history of using meme’s to announce exam period is beginning. I confess to using bleak cultural reference to do this because it makes me giggle. Hopefully a bit of humor breaks up the test taking stress. I know I always appreciated it as a student. Here’s to finals season. May the odds be […]
For some reason, hubris, scholarly ambition or possibly madness, I’ve begun an extremely slow and careful reading of Archive Fever by Derrida. Often times postmodern issues, this work in particular, crop up in classes, research and impolite conversation, and I felt that it was needed to really give it a careful reading and test my […]
To know the world, one has to penetrate it as deeply as possible. I recently came across this quote by Ryszard Kapuscinski in a Vice article. I was completely unfamiliar with Kapuscinski either the journalist or the author before stumbling into this bit of text in a, but this quote really got me thinking about the course on […]
I’m reading this with my class this week. It’s a great discussion piece, but if I’m honest because the author references Kuhn, I had to have them read and discuss it. Why Is Academic Writing So Academic? – The New Yorker.
Here’s a post from Georgia College’s ENGAGE program about the presentation I recent did with Katie Simon and Tess Lyle about the Citizen Solider Project @ Georgia College blog. https://engageatgc.wordpress.com/2015/04/10/archiving-engagement/ This project involved working with freshmen student, artist Jack Leamy, Katie, Tess (a TA), community groups, and most of the library’s departments.
I think we should take a page out the From Software playbook when it comes to approaches to teaching. Offer no comfort. Present new “dangerous” ideas to students, and teach them to face what’s coming because it won’t always be nice and pretty. After three games of hitting a wall at the 30-hour mark, Dark […]
Marquette Warrior Free Speech Debate: Blog Post Was Ethics Breach | The New Republic. I came to the exactly same conclusion as the author of this New Republic. This was way less about possible political correctness and more about the actions of the faculty member. It’s hard not to talk about your students, but it’s doubly important […]
This is a great editorial that was written before the current Georgia College Library came into existence. What I find fascinating about this student’s argument for a library centered around how important a library collection is to attracting students to a campus and to make sure that the college’s reputation. These two ideas are […]