Feretti discusses the development of critical librarianship. particularly as it relates to information literacy pedagogy, while recognizing that the development of critical libraianship in the literature and in the library instruction classroom has not been reflected in library colleagues’ daily interactions. As such, Ferretti argues that contemporary critical librarianship feels performative. The original low moraleContinue reading “Renewals Reach: Critical librarianship at work”
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Low Morale and COVID-19 in Europe: A Collaboration.
Last month I released my survey focusing on library responses to COVID-19 and how those responses are impacting low-morale experiences. This week, I was contacted by Dr. Karsten Schuldt, a Research Associate at the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons in Switzerland. He asked if he could translate my survey to German in orderContinue reading “Low Morale and COVID-19 in Europe: A Collaboration.”
Enabling Systems of Low Morale in PoC Academic Librarians
[This content was originally published on July 2, 2018 at The Ink On The Page.] If you’re following this blog – or my work in general – you’re aware that I’m currently working on data analysis for my PoC Low Morale study. After I closed the interview phase, I asked my colleague (and friend) Ione DamascoContinue reading “Enabling Systems of Low Morale in PoC Academic Librarians”