John Dupuis from the excellent Confessions of a Science Librarian blog tagged me with this meme, so here’s my take on it.
I’m supposed to “Sum up [my] blogging motivation, philosophy and experience in exactly 10 words.” After that I need to tag 10 more blogs. It’s like a chain letter. I figured it would be a good exercise to sit down and think about my motivation, but I’m only going to tag a couple of blogs.
I started this blog as I was starting back at work after a maternity leave as a way to help me make sense of my job and my place in the larger worlds of science and librarianship. My 10-word blogging motivation would be in the form of a question:
How do library and science communication issues apply to undergraduates?
A lot of the conversation about science communication issues surrounds researchers at large universities, or graduate students at those same universities. How do these issues affect undergraduates (and faculty) at a predominantly undergraduate institution? What are the differences? What are the similarities? I feel like a large part of my job is to figure this out at the moment.
I’d like to challenge some of the members of my writing group to think about the same question for their blogs – what is your blogging motivation, philosophy and experience (in exactly 10 words)?
- e-Merging – Reflections on collaborative information literacy instruction
- The Delicious Burden – From Milne Library’s collection development librarian