- Plenty of buzz leading up to the inaugural critical library pedagogy chat:
- — Emily Drabinski (@edrabinski)Fri, Mar 28 2014 14:59:57First in what will be an epic flood of tweets about #critlib, Tuesdays, 9-10pm EST, twitter convo about critical pedagogies in libraries!
- — Nicole Pagowsky (@pumpedlibrarian)Mon, Mar 31 2014 21:27:12
- — Donna Witek (@donnarosemary)Mon, Mar 31 2014 21:37:34
- — Kelly McElroy (@kellymce)Mon, Mar 31 2014 22:22:24
- — Kelly McElroy (@kellymce)Tue, Apr 01 2014 20:17:53A few people have told me they're planning to lurk on #critlib -- remember, participation is critical! (Sorry/not sorry for the pun...)
- Chat started out with introductions [omitted for length]
- Introductions continued to trickle in while we moved on to Question 1: How would you define critical pedagogy?
- — Nicole Pagowsky (@pumpedlibrarian)Wed, Apr 02 2014 01:07:19
- — Rebecca Halpern (@beccakatharine)Wed, Apr 02 2014 01:08:35Q1 - crit pedagogy blurs student/teacher lines, encourages critical thinking, collaboration, participation #critlib
- — Carl Hess (@CarlSHess)Wed, Apr 02 2014 01:09:50
- — Rebecca Halpern (@beccakatharine)Wed, Apr 02 2014 01:11:26
- — Carl Hess (@CarlSHess)Wed, Apr 02 2014 01:12:40
CritLib Chat - April 1
Some promotional tweets, introductions and RTs/MTs without added content have been removed. Other tweets have been rearranged loosely by question - I've tried to group convos as much as possible. The Storify search definitely did not pull all tweets tagged #critlib - apologies to anything left out!
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