I recently did an interview with Courtney Mlinar, instructor for three courses with Library Juice Academy: Introduction to Health Science Librarianship, Consumer Health Information, and Embedded Librarianship, the latter of which starts on December 1st. In her interview she explains what the class is about and what experiences led her to her teaching it. The … Read more Interview with Courtney Mlinar
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I have just done an interview with Robert Chavez, instructor for two courses with Library Juice Academy: Introduction to XML and Introduction to the Semantic Web. Robert talks about the content of these two courses, how he sees them being used by librarians, what is on the horizon for the profession from his perspective and … Read more Interview with Robert Chavez
I have just done an interview with Annie Downey for the Library Juice Academy news blog. Annie is teaching a class next month called, “Techniques for Creative Problem-Solving in Libraries.” This was an interesting interview and should be an interesting two-week class. Productive techniques that in my opinion make work more fun, too.
I have just done an interview with Maria Accardi for the Library Juice Academy news blog. Maria is teaching a class next month called, “Changing Lives, Changing the World: Information Literacy and Critical Pedagogy.” This course is based on part on work that she did leading up to her co-editing the book published by Library … Read more Interview with Maria Accardi
I have interviewed Chris D’Arpa for the News and Comment blog over at Library Juice Academy. Chris is in the instructor for a course being offered in November: “So Now I Am an Archivist, Too?! Introduction to Archives Administration and Management. Chris gave an informative interview that will provide some background about her to anyone … Read more Interview with Christine D’Arpa
Simmons College’s continuing education program is offering a course in Libraries and the Alternative Press in August, taught by yours truly. This course is a good professional development activity for those wanting to do something to enhance their professionalism without the expense of attending another conference. Simmons’ other courses also look very interesting (especially Maria … Read more Libraries and the Alternative Press – an online course
We are planning to start offering online workshops for professional development soon, as “Library Juice Academy.” The workshops will be about four weeks in length, with some shorter ones available, too. Pricing will be competitive with comparable programs, but some of the topics will be a little different, as you might expect from us. We … Read more Coming soon – online workshops through Library Juice Academy