Choosing & Using Sources presents a process for academic research and writing, from formulating your research question to selecting good information and using it effectively in your research assignments.
The annual cost of cyberattacks is expected to increase from US$3 trillion in 2015 to US$6 trillion by 2021.
With cybersecurity, the best defense might just be automated. As hackers grow more sophisticated, cybersecurity teams are increasingly incorporating adaptive tools built around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology.
The need is apparent: According to Cybersecurity Ventures, the annual cost of cyberattacks is expected to increase from US$3 trillion in 2015 to US$6 trillion by 2021. Enter AI-backed tools, which can be designed to constantly look for threatening
I think "librarian" now means many different things in contemporary libraries and that outstanding future libraries will be full of a mix of professionally qualified people who bring an increasingly diverse range of skills to libraries. So, who are these additional or relatively new folk and what skills do they bring? Here are my thoughts.…
North-east librarians have revealed their delight that the Pokemon Go craze which has swept the world is now luring youngsters back to books. The game encourages players to use their mobile phones to track down and catch virtual monsters in the real world. Produced by US-based games developer Niantic for Japanese video game giants Nintendo,... Read Full Story
I haven't blogged in over six months, but I've been thinking about getting back into it. I've got about a half dozen half-written posts on everything from discovery layers to curriculum design to some 6000 words on critical theory in librarianship. Maybe I'll publish them one day. Maybe not. But I've read a few…
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Keeping up with information literacy in education while the world moves from postmodernism to metamodernism is sort of my passion and I love this Choose Your Own Adventure cover.
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