[Series] Experiencing LIS – Information Literacy & Instruction

05/04/2011 § 4 Comments

Carolyn Caffrey is in her last semester of the MLS program at Indiana University Bloomington. Originally from Southern California she relocated to the land of corn where she works in instruction and reference. She is an aspiring instruction librarian, who loves roller derby, office supplies, spring, and critical information literacy. You can find her on twitter (@cmcaffre) or at her blog.

Following up our recent editing-team post about Internships, here’s another way to get experience while in school. Carolyn has written a thoughtful post with great specifics for those interested in information literacy and instruction. Comments and other tips are welcome!

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Redefining Information Literacy for the Networked World

17/02/2011 § 18 Comments

Please welcome another guest, April Martin!

April L Martin is a second year MLIS student at the  University of Washington.  Her interests include reference, preservation, anti-Googlization, oral history archives, historical research, Facebook scrabble, reading great books, Nina Simone, talking, and long walks on the beach.

One of the hot topics on the HLS wiki was information literacy — Here’s April’s take on redefining it.

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