I did not do the best job documenting my fall sabbatical reading. It’s sort of a jumble of confusing Zotero folders, hard copies of articles, bookmarks of blog posts, and screenshots of Tweets (because I am old). I’m trying to remedy that this spring and realized that best way keep track of my reading is to use the tool that’s basically taken over the running of my professional life: my bullet journal (see above).
Here’s what’s at the start of my spring 2018 reading list:
- The Complexity of Connection (more writings from the Stone Center scholars)
- What Makes a Good Facilitator? (blog post by Sofia Leung)
- Leadership Development for Academic Librarians: Maintaining the Status Quo? (Samantha Schmehl-Hines’ CAPAL paper)
- The Feminist Reference Desk (ed. Maria T. Accardi)
- Topographies of Whiteness (ed. Gina Schlesselman-Tarango)
- Finding Foundations: A Model for Information Literacy Assessment of First Year Students (Zoe Fisher and Kevin Seeber)
- We Used Problem-Based Learning in Library Instruction and Came to Question its Treatment of Students (Elliot Stevens and Andria Tieman)
- On Being Included (Sara Ahmed)
It’s just the beginning, but I’m already excited about increasing my understanding of relational theory, digging into writing about race and feminism, and learning more about the day-to-day practice of our field.
What are you excited about reading this spring? What’s at the top of your TBR list?