Trials and Tribulations: Survey Research as an MLS Student

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I’m so excited!!! The last few weeks have been crazy busy, but it’s almost over. (Well, except for the rest of the semester. But still.) This weekend I will be presenting at the College English Association conference in Indianapolis with my colleagues Ariadne Rehbein and Erica Hayes. We’ll be talking about the results of our study on digital humanities pedagogy – we have so much to say and are trying to find some way to make it coherent and not … Read More

Things that are hard, but good: learning to research

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I’ve been intending to blog about a project I’ve been working on for a while (I’m sure that sentiment sounds familiar) and finally find myself with a few free minutes on a Friday afternoon (and, to be honest, the knowledge that I should probably write about this while it’s happening, rather than later…) to sit and write. For the past few months, two of my friends/cohorts and I have been working on a research project about digital humanities pedagogy, and … Read More