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Remodeling “Relevance Work”

Back from ALISE last week, where I presented “Remodeling ‘Relevance Work for the LIS Curriculum’” with my wonderful colleague Connie Van Fleet. Got a few useful comments (most of the audience seemed a little bemused by why we would be putting all of these seemingly unrelated activities together in the first place), so it was useful from that perspective. (And now for the paper to explain more about why we did this!)

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  1. February 9, 2011 at 8:43 am | #1

    Hi ma’am,

    I am extremely interested in hearing more about your ideas on this topic. Is your presentation available anywhere? I assume the last aside means you will be publishing a paper on the topic. I’d be in your debt if you would point me to it when it is available. Thank you.



    • DocMartens
      February 11, 2011 at 12:24 pm | #2

      Hi Mark,

      Our paper is indeed under review right now, and I’d be happy to share it with you after (always assuming that I don’t feel like like donating my corneas to science after reading reviewer comments, which is always a danger for this type of thing! ). Similarly, I’m intrigued to see that you’re working in that same “generalist” area: I’d be interested to see where you’re going with that as well!

  2. February 14, 2011 at 9:05 pm | #3

    Thanks! Here’s hoping comments are productive.

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