- Pokorny, R. (2003). Library services to immigrants and non-native speakers of English: From our past to our present. Bookmobiles & Outreach Services, 6(2), 21–35.
- Fill out the “K” and “W” columns of the KWL chart (know-want to learn-learned) about #critlib and social justice in libraries. Follow these guided questions for this part of the assignment:
- Know: What do you already know about #critlib, critical librarianship, and/or social justice in libraries?
- Want to Know: What would you like to know about #critlib, critical librarianship, and/or social justice in libraries?
- Skim the critlib website & read Farkas, Meredith. “Never Neutral.” American Libraries, vol. 48, no. 1/2, American Library Association, Jan. 2017, p. 70.
- Read the introduction & beginning of first chapter of Noble, Safiya Umoja. Algorithms of Oppression : How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. New York University Press, 2018.
- Samuelson, P. (2016). Why Universities Need Scholarly-Communications Experts. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- PHD Comics. (2012). Open Access Explained! (8 minute video)
- Jason Burton. (2015). A Fair(y) Use Tale (captioned). (9 minute video)
- Metadata workshop: Please install OpenRefine version 3.1 on your laptop prior to the workshop. Follow the instructions located on the Github site for the workshop. If you are unable to install the software, please let one of the workshop facilitators know.
- Thompson, S. (2015) How do archivists organize collections? Peel Archives Blog.
- Create a Meme! (slides on resources page) Upload to bit.ly/CILISMeme
- You will have some time in class Thursday to work on your presentations, but you may want to get started if you haven’t already.
Email your presentations to Andrea (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 9am Friday morning. That is a one not an i in my email address.
Find a job! But, imagine the job requirements do not apply to you! The goal of this activity is to pique your curiosity about what is available now. Go to one or more of the following library job sites (or one you find on your own) and locate two jobs that are of interest. Bookmark or bring them with you to be shared in class. Review the job description & required and preferred qualifications. Why are you attracted to this job?