Tag Archive: feminist pedagogy

Teaching a Credit-Bearing Class

This semester I’ve been co-teaching a credit-bearing class called The Politics of Information.  The class is about how gender, race, class, and other subject positions relate to information, and we’ve been talking a… Continue reading

Let them play games!

Games-based learning is all the rage in academia/libraryland right now.  There’s a part of me that wants to have a curmudgeon explosion about it.  “Back in my day, when I was only a… Continue reading

Painter’s Tape Pedagogy

Painter’s tape holds a lot of promise.  You’re going to change something: your walls, your life…maybe a little of both. This semester I’ve been experimenting with “Painter’s Tape Pedagogy” in information literacy instruction.… Continue reading