Renewals Reach: Prestige and labor in LIS

Seale and Mirza discuss links between professionalism, credentialing, and precarious labor in academic librarianship and highlight how broader influences of neoliberalism, Whiteness, and concerns centering gender play in the formation of prestige and the implementation or subversion of labor in LIS. The original low morale study is mentioned within the context of neoliberalism and howContinue reading “Renewals Reach: Prestige and labor in LIS”

Renewals Reach: Documentation and practice

The 2017 low morale study was mentioned as a resource in Mirza and Currier’s Digital Libraries Forum presentation, “Towards a praxis of library documentation.” The information was shared last October. The study is noted in connection to their discussion of the American Library Association’s Code of Ethics, specifically, Principles V and VIII, which focus onContinue reading “Renewals Reach: Documentation and practice”