Families’ engagement in making activities related to aerospace engineering: designing for parents as learning partners in pop-up makerspaces | Emerald Insight The researchers conducted a collective case study to investigate how families engaged in making activities related to aerospace engineering in six pop-up makerspace programs held in libraries and one museum. The purpose of this… Read more »
Are you planning on graduating this May, August, or June? If so, have you submitted an Intent to Graduate form?
The department recently did a check of our records, and if you have already received the Late ePortfolio message in canvas, then we have you on the list and are good to go. If you are planning to graduate this May, June, or August, and have NOT submitted an intent to graduate form, please do… Read more »
Spring 2022 Library & Information Science Industry Speaker Series
Join the DLIS community on Zoom to hear from a spectrum of MLS/MLIS degreed professionals in a variety of roles, working across industries. Ask your career questions, discuss, engage, and network in real time each month. More information and the rsvp link can be found on the series page: https://soic.iupui.edu/events/lis-speaker-series/ What? Industry speakers = bringing information… Read more »
There’s still space to enroll in LIS S604 Section 35878 Open Education Resources
Open Educational Resources (OER) are Creative Commons licensed works that are free to access, distribute, and revise. In this 3-week course, we will review the what, why, and “how” of OER. Lessons will cover the need for OER materials in both academic and public library contexts, copyright and Creative Commons, OER publishing, and current OER… Read more »
Are you looking for a short Spring course? How about a 3-week workshop (1 credit) on publishing and communicating in libraries?
We are going to look at some ideas in librarianship and how they relate to aspects of editing and publishing. Our lessons will cover Editing and scholarly communication; Abstracting/indexing and access; Citation as access and scholarly communication; Reviews, scholarly communication, and collection development; Online presence and authority; and Publishers, authority, and access. Each week we… Read more »