Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Library and Information Science
Our exceptional faculty includes nationally recognized, award-winning, innovative teachers and researchers, who combine strong teaching skills with specialty expertise. They are regularly included on the university's lists of "teachers rated excellent by their students," and are active researchers: each of our full-time faculty members has served as principal investigator for at least one grant-funded project in the last two years. Find out more about GSLIS faculty.
Championing Social Justice In LIS Technology Education: A Critical Interpretive Sociotechnical Framework (2015-01-30)This presentation explores the ways in which a critical interpretive sociotechnical framework can inform technology education in LIS to achieve social justice goals of social change and transformative action.
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A fragmentising interface to a large corpus of digitized text: (Post)humanism and non-consumptive reading via features (Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 2015-03)While the idea of distant reading does not rule out the possibility of close reading of the individual components of the corpus of digitized text that is being distant-read, this ceases to be the case when parts of the ...
(Springer, 2008)Spatial data infrastructures, which are Internet-based mechanisms for the coordinated production, discovery, and use of geospatial information in the digital environment, have diffused worldwide in the last two decades. ...
(2014-10-13)What is the real purpose of education? Is it all about preparation for college and career or is it helping to develop critical thinkers who can shape a just and equitable society in order to lead good and purpose-filled ...
KEYNOTE (Emerging UU Scholars): Demystifying Technology: Community inquiry for social change and transformative action (2014-10-27)Keynote presentation for the Emerging Unitarian Universalist Scholars conference held at Meadville Lombard Theological School October, 2014.