recommended reading on arts-based research and a/r/tography

More reading for A/r/tography: A Methodology for the Artist Librarian Anderson, Theresa Dirndorfer. “Beyond Eureka Moments: Supporting the Invisible Work of Creativity and Innovation.” Information Research 16.1 (2011): available at http://informationr.net/ir/16-1/paper471.html Anderson, Theresa Dirndorfer. “Kickstarting Creativity: Supporting the Productive Faces of Uncertainty in Information Practice.” Information Research 15.4 (2010): available at…

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last bit of notes from arlis pasadena

The final day of ARLIS Pasadena was full of great sessions. In the morning, I attended Doing Data Together: Engaging End-Users in Building Richer Resources, More Efficiently. Here are my notes: BWR: Collaborating to Document the World’s Built Environment  by Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia…

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books for librarians

Some time last year my library acquired The Library at Night by Alberto Manguel. At the time, it reinvigorated me as a librarian. His ruminations and historical accounts had me considering the book as a precious community treasure. During that time, I also attended the 2011 ACRL conference in Philadelphia. I attended a…

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