iSchoolers in the News
Associate Professor Jacob Wobbrock was the subject of a feature from the Huffington Post. Wobbrock talked about his experience developing the spin-out venture he co-founded, AnswerDash.
MLIS student Sunny Kim won a $6,000 scholarship from the Washington Library Association. We talked to Sunny, who’s interested in serving teens in a public librarianship career.
Flexibility is key in designing academic libraries, according to a new report from Project Information Literacy. The project, led by Alison Head, was funded by an iSchool research grant when Head was a research scientist at the school.
Project ConnectedLib’s white paper on connected learning in libraries was the subject of a write-up in DML Central, a blog on digital media and learning. ConnectedLib is led by iSchool Assistant Professor Katie Davis.
Tweets of the Week
I love working at the library, even in the offices the mugs and wall art and everything is all about the UW Libraries/UW iSchool ? pic.twitter.com/TmJmKeacTG
— Gabi (@Gabi_Darling) December 9, 2016
— UW iSchool (@UW_iSchool) December 5, 2016
— WA State Library (@WAStateLib) December 6, 2016
Facebook & Twitter have put countries into "democratic deficit" by hoarding data that democracy needs.
My take: https://t.co/7PPRaXwcZA
— Phil Howard (@pnhoward) December 7, 2016
Charlotte Lee showed off her record-size rubber duck collection. Another claim to fame: she's an adjunct associate professor at the iSchool. https://t.co/R3Xl7t9ppX
— UW iSchool (@UW_iSchool) December 8, 2016
It's a winter wonderland on campus this morning! pic.twitter.com/CxylapwDzN
— UW Alumni (@UWalum) December 9, 2016