RTEL redux.

In 2009 I started work on a book I published in 2011, Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators. It was a labor of love/hate to create, the book I wish I'd had when I started teaching way more frequently than I ever imagined I would. It utterly consumed my life for two... Continue Reading →

forced abstraction.

As I round out the last big project I'll have on my compositional plate for a while, I reflect that I've been experiencing serious bouts of writer's block. Or at least that's what I assumed I was experiencing, until I ran across a post by Scott Berkun that makes the rather prescient point that "it’s... Continue Reading →

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