Monthly Archives: June 2018

Exeunt, Riding on a Lion

One of my favorite recent additions to the Library of Congress Flickr Stream is this charming image from around 1915 of Antipodean operatic soprano Frances Alda: The lion (according to some clever research in the comments on the photo at … Continue reading

Posted in aesthetics, Library of Congress Flickr Stream MAGIC, music, photography, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

Another Summer, Another Summer Job

Once upon a time, I had a summer job (extending a bit beyond summer) tending bar at a local establishment that remains near and dear to my heart. It was a fascinating gig, and I’m grateful that I was able … Continue reading

Posted in Library Business, Uncategorized | Tagged , , ,

Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: The Best Laid Plans

As we reach the end of my little bloggy mini-series, it’s time to have a look at how my clever plans for teaching within the frame of Scholarship as Conversation sometimes gang agley. Caveat Lector Of course, my little assessment … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework, Library Business, Philosophy, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , ,

Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: Setting Up The (One) Shot

In last week’s post in this series, I talked about my PHIL 230 (Studies in Philosophy) course model for an intermediate topics class in philosophy, which I built by using the Scholarship as Conversation frame to generate my outcomes and … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework, Library Business, Philosophy, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , ,