The Ubiquitous Librarian
In the pursuit of user-sensitive librarianship.
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Posts from The Ubiquitous Librarian
Exploring the use of lean methods to improve circulation processes.
Looking at how libraries can use Value Proposition Design.
Talking about “encoding spaces"-- a booklet in the works that reflects on the future purpose of library buildings.
I wish I had had more time to develop this post—but only about 24 hours to go.
Raising the volume on HipHopEd. An interview with Joycelyn Wilson.
Why do students struggle with group work? Can we create assignments that enable them to thrive together?
Feminisms & Interaction Design. An Interview with Jennifer Sano-Franchini
Here is an interview with Julia Feerrar, Learning Services Librarian at Virginia Tech. She joined our team last summer and spent the past year experimenting with first-year writing courses.
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