The self as subject : autoethnographic research into identity, culture, and academic librarianship (Book, 2017) [WorldCat.org]
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The self as subject : autoethnographic research into identity, culture, and academic librarianship

Author: Anne-Marie Deitering; Richard A Stoddart; Robert Schroeder
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The research paper has become so ingrained in higher education that its benefits are assumed to be self-evident, but the connection between student writing and learning is not always clear. Educators frequently discuss the lack of critical thinking demonstrated in undergraduate research papers, but it may not be that students will not invest in writing assignments - it's possible that many cannot with the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne-Marie Deitering; Richard A Stoddart; Robert Schroeder
ISBN: 9780838988923 083898892X
OCLC Number: 1024135538
Description: xiii, 361 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Why autoethnography / Anne-Marie Deitering. - Admitting what I don't know : an autoethnographic study of teaching, fear, and uncertainty / Anna Esty. - Avoiding autoethnography : writing toward burnout / Benjamin R. Harris. - Version control / Sarah Hartman-Caverly. - Finding Boomer Harding. - an autoethnography about history, librarianship, and reconnecting / Heidi LM Jacobs. - When worlds collide / Derrick Jefferson. - Looking through a colored lens. - a Black librarian's narrative / La Loria Konata. - Cataloger's judgement and cataloger's bias. - on lived experience and metadata creation / Erin Leach. - Carving out a space. - ambiguity and librarian teacher identity in the academy / Janna Mattson, Maoria J. Kirker, Mary K. Oberlies, and Jason Byrd. - Away from the library / David H. Michels. - Academic rejection and libraries / Emily Rogers. - You, she, I. - an autoethnographic exploration through noise / Michele R. Santamaría. - Many hats, one head. - considering professional identity in academic library directorship / Maura A. Smale. - The intersections of art and librarianship / Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem. - Librarian origin story / Mita Williams. - Evaluative criteria for autoethnographic research. - who's to judge? / Robert Schroeder. - Shuffle the cards, save the cat, and eat the cake / Rick Stoddart.
Other Titles: Autoethnographic research into identity, culture, and academic librarianship
Autoethnographic research into identity, culture, and academic librarianship
Responsibility: edited by Anne-Marie Deitering, Richard Stoddart, Robert Schroeder.

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Using autoethnography as their research method, the 21 academic librarian authors of The Self as Subject investigate aspects of what it means to be a librarian. The Self as Subject presents a  Read more...

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