Hyperlink Roundup -- March 11th
- Using Credo Reference (it's a great website by the way).
- Wikipedia and hack-a-thons -- the never ending attempt to get authors other than men and see pages for female artists not currently featured in articles on the site.
- Ava Rogers and her mom do a project during Black History Month to celebrate black females. These photographs are #stunning (as so are the women).
- Was working on a special project (which hopefully I can show off soon) but learned about Deep Lab, a group of cyberfeminists. They look pretty cool.
- Stumbled across this previous #critlib conversation on patience and impatience. Change is slow but we need to keep pushing forward.
- A critique on LibGuides, a popular software for librarians to use to provide "best" resources to students. The author raises Freire's banking model and it's interesting to consider how the LibGuide enforces this model.
- Feminists disrupting the bro-culture that tech sits squarely in.
- The women of the award-wining musical Hamilton singing some quotes out in honor of Women's History Month.
- In the middle of searching for legislation on broadband in the US, I stumbled across the journey of a book in the NYPL system.