ACRL 2013: Questioning Authority: Standard Three and the Critical Classroom
Notes, tweets, and links. Be patient, it's my first Storify. As @mauraweb pointed out, "authority" was a buzzword of a number of sessions I attended #ACRL2013--other sessions that dealt with similar themes were #diylib, #acrl13femped, and of course, @henryrollins' keynote. I'm sure there's more!
- — Maura Smale (@mauraweb)Sat, Apr 13 2013 06:24:53Would be interesting to text mine #acrl2013 tweets for the word "authority" -- seems to be coming up in lots of contexts/sessions.
- — Roxanne Shirazi (@RoxanneShirazi)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:10:36
- What is the nature of authority in the library? Embedded systems of power exist that need to be questioned.
- — Hilary Bussell (@hilarybussell)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:10:28
- — Barbara Rockenbach (@Wilderbach)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:12:41
- The use of "authoritative" sources begs question, "whose authority"?
- — Hilary Bussell (@hilarybussell)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:20:16
Liberate LCSH: Empowering Non-Catalogers to Improve Catalog Access Points
- Examining standards - who decides on LCSH? How do they decide? What impact do their decisions have on access to information?Subject Authority Cooperative Program (SACO)
- — Barbara Rockenbach (@Wilderbach)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:18:19
- — Caro Pinto (@caropinto)Thu, Apr 11 2013 05:22:38
- Crash course on submitting your own LCSH
- Final thoughts
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