Archive for the tag "chronicle"
This may be just one more sign that some faculty still have a disconnect with what’s happening in a 21st century academic library. While reviewing the transcript from this week’s Chronicle Brown Bag Live Discussion session with teaching expert Barbara Gross Davis I was drawn to one exchange about teaching with technology. Davis gave a [...]
Though I suspect it didn’t have the desired outcome, I’m still glad I made the effort to expose ACRLog readers to some faculty blogs in parts one and two of the Carnival of the Professoriate. I’d still like to think that academic librarians can benefit from occasional reading of faculty blogs. But if faculty blogs, [...]
He’s not an academic librarian, but he is well known in our community. And it’s likely that something he has written at one time or another has probably annoyed or pissed you off. But I don’t doubt that you will miss what Scott Carlson, the Chronicle of Higher Education’s library beat reporter for many years, [...]