Introduction to Information Literacy

One of my favourite things that I have studied in library school so far is information literacy and the politics of tools like Google, Wikipedia, Google Scholar, YouTube, and so forth. We rely on these tools to help us find information that we need, but why are they helping us? What drives them (hint: in... Continue Reading →

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2.4% is a failing grade!

Today, I want to share a dismal statistic about the Masters of Archival Studies & Masters of Library and Information Science program that I started this fall at UBC. It is a small example of how deeply white supremacy and Eurocentrism are embedded within academia and the archival profession. So far, of the 83 required... Continue Reading →

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