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Information Professionals as People: The Neutrality Question

On this beautiful “fall back” morning, I awoke at 6:30 a.m. (cell phone time) to a story on NPR about recent ways we’re seeing the objectivity of journalists challenged. The story, called┬áJournalists as People and produced by WNYC’s On the

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Professional Ties: Editing and Librarianship

At the Iowa Library Association conference a few weeks ago, I ran into a colleague I went to journalism school with. She and I took a class on international media systems and traveled to Canada with our professor to study

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Digital libraries, part 2

Yesterday I spent time thinking about the competition aspect of digital libraries and their decisions for web design. Today I’d like to explore the relationships between the fields of digital librarianship and journalism a little more in depth. The professional

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