And it’s a good thing, too.
Google's mission is to organizes the world's information and make it universally accessible, Facebook's is to give us the power to share in order to make the world more connected. So why are we so ill-informed and divided?
The press, higher education, and libraries - we don't always do it right, but a commitment to seeking the truth matters.
It's a famous law of librarianship: books are for use. And, surprise surprise, they still are.
How can libraries respond when trolls weaponize our committment to free speech?
We've been here before. We'll find our way forward eventually. I hope.
Sick of relying on commercial platforms for academic sharing? Humanities Commons, SocArXiv, and the Center for Open Science to the rescue!
A new report is out from Project Information Literacy. Make sure you read it before you get too far into a library renovation.
A Stanford study finds students are really bad at evaluating sources. But how do we get them to care?
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