Monthly Archives: January 2016

Response to ‘Office Hours’: The Livelong Day

In response to Michael Stephen’s column “The Livelong Day“. I noted that information literacy teaching needs to start before college if we want students to graduate the skills they need for a lifetime:   It is interesting that students graduating … Continue reading

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The Strange Library

Since my decision to read more of the world I’ve spent time at several books stores looking at literature from different countries. About a week ago I come across interesting book call The Strange Library by Japanese author Murakami. And indeed the whole book … Continue reading

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Glorified Nature

Thinking back to my post about Last Child in the Woods and how the book glorifies nature. While I do believe that nature is valuable and it is important to take time in nature there is another side of nature … Continue reading

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NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity

While reading through NeuroTribes by Steve Silberman I come across a section where he talks about a group of people with autism, who like people in the deaf community, want to be identified as being autistic instead of being called … Continue reading

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