Tag Archives: Pedagogy

Blending Librarianship With Research and Pedagogy (SCONUL Focus 69, 56-59)

SCONUL is the Standing Conference of National and University Librarians.  SCONUL Focus online is an open access publication.  Vol.69 is dedicated to articles by librarians engaged in various aspects of research.  My line-manager suggested I should contribute something – this is it.
Karen McAulay, ‘Blending Librarianship with Research and Pedagogy‘, SCONUL 69, 56-59 (July 2017)
ABSTRACT: I contend that the combination of librarianship with research is beneficial both on a personal level and to the library and institution, but that the addition of a third element – pedagogy – brings even stronger benefits.
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Sexy Bibliography (and Revealing Paratext) – forthcoming article in Library Review

The silent sphinxHopefully the title of my latest paper will attract some interest (though I fear there may be disappointment in some quarters)!  Since I like to retain a little mystery, I’m not going to tell you what it’s about – you’ll have to wait until it’s published.  However, the keywords will give you a clue. The issue apparently went to press today.

Yours, mysteriously ….