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The Ubiquitous Librarian

In the pursuit of user-sensitive librarianship.

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Posts from The Ubiquitous Librarian

The Library Renewal @ Georgia Tech. Interview with Ameet Doshi

Georgia Tech is moving the majority of its books out of the library. What are going to do with the space instead?

The Library Research Building

The Library Research Building - a concept in which the library manages space for a variety of faculty research projects.

Interdisciplinary Studios -- incubation space for semester long projects

The idea of offering undergrads dedicated work space and building a program around their projects.

Interrogating a Garment Or: The Rise of the Research Question (and the Decline of the Thesis)

Quick review of forthcoming book: A Guided Inquiry Approach To Teaching The Humanities Research Project

Inspiring Work: putting student output on a large monitor

Quick overview of a large screen in the library lobby used to highlight student works.

Building Knowledge Together: Interactive Course Exhibits as Project-Based Learning

Overview of course exhibit program at Virginia Tech. We take works from various courses and work with students and faculty to create public exhibits.

Two UX Tables

Two tables about user experience (ux) that offer more context. From ACRL 2013.

Lost in the Stacks: the research-library rock’n’roll radio show

I’ve been a long time fan of Lost in the Stacks -- a weekly radio show out of Georgia Tech. I had a chance to catch up with Charlie Bennett (Undergraduate Programming & Engagement Librarian) and Ameet Doshi (Director, Service Experience & Program Design) about the show and how it has progressed…

Meditation & Data: toward greater well-being

Just a brief account of how walking and meditation are making me calmer and more effective.

The Winnower: a “radical” publishing platform that encourages debate. Interview with Josh Nicholson

The Winnower aims to change the way scientists communicate. Here is an interview with CEO Josh Nicholson.
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