SILC will not be holding any events over the summer months, so we wanted to share what they are planning to read (and watch) over the summer. If you feel inspired to write a blog post that reviews or applies concepts from one of the readings/viewings, contact one of the committee members through email.
- “Source Evaluation: Supporting Undergraduate Student Research Development”
- “Student Educators as Facilitators of Learning: A Model for Peer Education in Academic Library Instruction”
- “Dismantling The Evaluation Framework”
- “Diversify Your Lesson Plans: De-Centering Whiteness in Library Instruction”
- “Crafting the Perfect Blend: Student Cognitive Development Theory and Threshold Concepts for Student Success”
- Weapons of Math Destruction (Binghamton’s 2022 Common Read book)
- Algorithms of Oppression
- Brooklyn Information Literacy Instruction for Library Professionals
- Anything by John Buschman, particularly:
- Hicks, Alison, and Annemaree Lloyd. “Deconstructing Information Literacy Discourse: Peeling Back the Layers in Higher Education.” Journal of librarianship and information science 53, no. 4 (2021): 559–571.
- Facing Our Computers: Algorithmic Literacies as Praxis – Miriam E. Sweeney
(Keynote address @ DuPage University’s 2022 Information Literacy Summit)
- The Social Life of Information by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid