Thursday, April 30, 2009

Three posts...

in one day. I don't usually do that. But this Project Information Literacy has been picked up by Butler's Research Office and the website has a bit of information, including this summary by Joseph James, whom I heard speak in Kansas City a few years ago:

Strange thing - when the students speak, I am reminded of my undergrad years... I was so typical. Then I became a mother. Then I decided to go to grad school. The memory of papers written and diapers changed somehow conflated in my mind and in my actions, and I became a great student. And yes, there's a pun or a joke in there somewhere... which I leave to your imagination.

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