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October 2018

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  • Towards a Critical Assessment Practice

    2018–10–31 | Comments Off on Towards a Critical Assessment Practice

    “We worry about disclosing data, but often do not consider the implications of creating data.” -Jeffrey Alan Johnson (2018, p. vi) “A critical assessment practice starts with mindfulness.” -Sonia DeLuca Fernández (2015, p. 5) In Brief This article explores how librarians might meaningfully engage critical perspectives to interrogate the structures of power and methodologies that…

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  • Bridging the Relationship Gap: Using Social Network Theories to Inform Library Services for Graduate Students

    2018–10–03 | Comments Off on Bridging the Relationship Gap: Using Social Network Theories to Inform Library Services for Graduate Students
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    In Brief Graduate school is a transformative time for many students. For some students, this is an exciting adventure that allows them to explore new ideas and more fully express themselves. However, many graduate students experience feelings of anxiety, frustration, and exclusion because they don’t feel like they belong to this academic community. Socially-based struggles…

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