#critlib series. The topic is critlib in business, professional, medical, health, and STEM programs, moderated by @librarianilana @kennygarciamlis @CaitlanMaxwell and @JessicaJerrit The discussion questions are: Q1. What program or discipline do you work with? What unique challenges do you see in your discipline? Q2. How are you using critical pedagogy or critical information literacy in your instruction? Q3. Why have you adopted #critlib? How has using or reflection on #critlib affected your work?
"Participating in #critlib chats requires a free Twitter account. Follow #critlib on Twitter during the time of the chat by searching for “#critlib” in the search field, then clicking on the “live” tab to see the most recent tweets. You’ll need to refresh your search periodically to see the most recent tweets pop up. ... When the chat is over, all tweets with the #critlib hashtag will be gathered together in a Storify, which provides a digital archive of the conversation." More info at http://critlib.org/twitter-chats/
Photo by Sheila Webber: boats on the Thames, December 2017