Association for Library and Information Science Education
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Proceedings of the Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference: ALISE 2018The Expanding LIS Education Universe
(2019-09-24)Approaches to scientific research involving cooperation between scientists from multiple disciplines are becoming increasingly recognized as vital for addressing large scale, complex scientific challenges in a global ...
(2019-09-24)One of the largest factors impacting learning in a global context has been the emergence of distance education. As of Fall 2016, over 6 million students in the United States were enrolled in at least one online course ...
(2019-09-24)K-2 programs using experiential learning in museums provide hands-on education that demonstrate strategies archaeologists use in the field. Many of these activities involve practicing underlying concepts that help facilitate ...
“They don’t even see us”/”I’m afraid all the time”: Intersectional approaches to understanding disability in LIS (2019-09-24)Although the field of library and information science (LIS) has long claimed an interest in equity, its theorization of disability, race, and gender has largely ignored critical intersectional frameworks (e.g., Crenshaw ...
(2019-09-24)Usability testing is a valuable tool to measure the satisfaction and ease of use of a website or application. In the library setting, usability can be used to help librarians learn how easily patrons are able to navigate ...