25th chat, February 24 2015: state of the literature
Moderated by @nnschiller
- Liberation Librarianship Zotero library: https://www.zotero.org/groups/liberationlibrarianship
- I had an undergrad research assistant add library instruction / #critlib related citations from Information Literacy and Social Justice to a shared Zotero group: Critlib Zotero Library: https://www.zotero.org/groups/critlib
- Q1. What aspects of the published #critlib scholarship are strongest? What is currently the most interesting trend?
- Q2. Are there gaps in the #critlib scholarship that want filling? What foundational pieces needs to be in place before we can move forward?
- Q3. Are you interested in #critlib scholarship but would prefer to work in collaboration? Let’s play #critlib yenta and do some research matchmaking.
- Q4. Would a shared Zotero library of #critlib citations be useful? I have a library pulled from a recent book of essays and there is an existing critlib zotero library.
- Q5. Is there a line where #critlib methodology and #critlib core assumptions meet? How do we tell whether disagreements stem from methods or conclusions?
#critpitch: Critical Pedagogy Book CFP, ACRL unconference, ???