I was invited to start blogging for ACRLog in November 2014. Blogging on a national platform has been both professionally and personally rewarding. I’ve been able to have a dialogue with librarians about a range of issues, including LIS student concerns, pedagogy, first generation librarianship, open education, peer mentoring, and the Framework for Information Literacy.
Read some of my posts here:
- Crissinger, S. (2016, April). OER Outreach for Newbies Series: Post 1, 2, and 3.
- Crissinger, S. (2016, Feb 10). Peer mentoring in the profession. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2016/02/10/peer-mentoring-in-the-profession/
- Crissinger, S. (2016, Jan 4). January 2016 collaboration with Hack Library School. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2016/01/04/hlscollaboration/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, Dec 7). My best work is at the intersections. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/12/07/intersections/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, Oct 14). Being “human” in the classroom: A case for personal testimony in pedagogy. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/10/14/being-human-in-the-classroom/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, Aug 14). Still lost in the academy: The important of #L1S and other first generation initiatives. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/08/10/still-lost-in-the-academy/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, June 24). Navigating (new) relationships with faculty: Valuing service. http://acrlog.org/2015/06/24/navigating-new-relationships/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, May 28). The assistantship as ethnography: A new lens for LIS students. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/05/28/the-assistantship-as-ethnography/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, April 16). (Un)Written tips for new LIS students: Or, what I learned in library school. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/04/16/unwritten-tips-for-new-lis-students-or-what-i-learned-in-grad-school/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, March 23). Open Education Week 2015: A reflection on IP, infrastructure, and interest. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/03/23/open-education-week/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, Feb 23). Reflections on the job hunt: Writing a teaching philosophy ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/02/23/teaching-philosophy/
- Crissinger, S. (2015, Jan 23). Students taking back the conversation: The 2015 LIS symposium on education. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/01/23/students-taking-back-the-conversation-the-2015-lis-symposium-on-education/
- Crissinger, S. (2014, Dec 1). Using the new framework to tech Ferguson. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2014/12/01/using-the-new-framework-to-teach-ferguson/
- Crissinger, S. (2014, Nov 24). What we’ve always done? User experience and library. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2014/11/24/what-weve-always-done-user-experience-and-the-library/
- Crissinger, S. (2014, Sept 14). Shifting scholarly communication practices and the case of Dr. Salaita. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2014/09/15/shifting-scholarly-communication-practices-and-the-case-of-dr-salaita/
I’ve also guest blogged and co-blogged for several venues, including Maria Accardi’s blog on librarian burnout.
Burns, D. & Crissinger, S. (2015, November). “In what other field do you have to explain what you do to your idiot friends?”: Emotional burnout in defending LIS. Librarian Burnout. http://librarianburnout.com/2015/11/11/defending-lis/
Wagner, M. & Crissinger, S. (2015, June). On data: Perspectives from an incoming MLIS candidate & a recent graduate. Databrarians. http://databrarians.org/2015/06/on-data-perspectives-from-an-incoming-mlis-candidate-a-recent-graduate/
Crissinger, S. (2014, 9 April). Spring break service: Using students today to create leaders forever. Service Learning Librarian. http://www.libraries.wright.edu/servicelearning/2014/04/09/spring-break-service-using-students-today-to-create-leaders-forever/