Storytelling is enjoying a resurgence of popularity in the modern age as teachers and non-profit program leaders harness it as a powerful teaching and learning tool.
Library and Information Science
Are you interested in applying your theoretical knowledge to a PRACTICAL project that benefits a REAL-WORLD situation? If so, consider taking ISLT 9410: Public Library Communities in Context!
Ron Green Presentation on Digital Storytelling
SISLT doctoral student, Kristen Schuster presented her poster “Carnegie Libraries: Public Spaces and the Performance of Class in 19th Century America” at the 2013 Conceptions of Library and Information Science (CoLIS) Conference in Copenhagen.
Interested in digital media? Do you ever wonder about copyright? Wondering what sorts of jobs librarians have? We may have some answers for you!
Dr Budd presented two papers at the Conceptions of Library and Information Science (CoLIS) Conference in Copenhagen (Aug. 19–22) “Scholarly Communication’s Problems: An Analysis’ “Disposal of Information Seeking and Retrieval Research: Replacement with a Radical Proposition: (With Ashley Anstaett — Masters student)
Ron will talk about his work with Mizzou and regional partners to establish a center for digital storytelling that would be located in the Laugh-O-Gram Studio at 31st & Forest in Kansas City, Missouri where Walt Disney launched his animation business.
SISLT PhD alum Musa Olaka’s and Dr. Denice Adkins copyright research cited in ASLIB’s Managing Information — ASLIB being the Association for Information Management (http://www.aslib.com/). ‘Copyright, queries and Kenya’ Balancing need to access with right to access
Help advance our profession by advancing your research! The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) is pleased to support the Frances Henne / YALSA / VOYA Research Grant, an annual competition that awards recipients $1000 in seed money to support small-scale research projects. The deadline for applying is December 1. The proposed research must respond More…
If you’re interested in learning about research, and (sadly) doing some of the grunt work, I invite you to contact me and set up a 9085 Problems in ISLT section. (These sections can be added at any time during the semester, but the work will probably start in November and go through next March.)