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Türkiye Bilgi ve Belge Yönetimi Bölümleri Lisansüstü Tez Arşivi

Bilindiği gibi, 9 Haziran 2017 tarihinde Türkiye’deki Bilgi ve Belge Yönetimi Bölümlerinin Başkanları/temsilcileri Hacettepe Üniversite Bilgi ve Belge Yönetimi Bölümünün ev sahipliğinde toplanmış ve birtakım kararlar almışlardı. 263 more words


a familiar path, a new adventure

When I woke up on the first day at my latest job, I hesitated for a moment. Not because I was nervous of what was going to happen or second-guessing my choice—but because I was absolutely excited. 416 more words


Latinxs in Kid Lit at the Library: Interviews with Fellow Librarians: Maria F. Estrella

The Latinxs in Kid Lit at the Library series features interviews with children’s librarians, youth services librarians, and school librarians, where they share knowledge, experiences, and the challenges they encounter in using Latino children’s literature in their libraries. 1,227 more words

Latinx Literature

Why do they come? The Library as place and brand

You probably all know the scene: A library reading hall with endless rows of students working, studying, learning. Alone together. A nice view. Makes me happy every time I cross it. 2,013 more words


Technologies librarians need to know | LIBGIG #skills #tech #librarianship #infopro #careers

This post breaks out technical skillsets required in public, academic and special librarians as well as new skillsets in emerging technologies.

Trying to get a handle on what library technologies LIS professionals need to know can be a challenge, as both the tasks that librarians are taking on – and the tools they’re using to do them – seem to be changing daily. 40 more words


Cultural Competence as a librarian + immigration as part of globalization

This is my INFO281 Blog Post #3

In our globalization class, we’ve been reading about cultural flows and global flows of people (migration in particular).  As I read about the plight of undocumented immigrants, I was reminded by a recent read:  357 more words


The Brain: The Final Frontier?

(Or, a reflection on my first fortnight at CityLIS)

The first two weeks of study for the DITA module of my Masters course at City have been primarily focused on the history of computing. 574 more words

Apocalyptic Future