Critical Librarianship Symposium (Boston) - Panelist Bios

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Like to answer challenging reference questions? Want to put your information skills to use in social justice contexts?

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Outline and Notes from "A Hard Nut to Crack: Researching Your Neighborhood"

A Hard Nut to Crack: Researching Your Neighborhood

July 22, 2012
Park Slope Food Coop

Demographics and other statistical information are among the most difficult data to harness when you're trying to learn more about where you live. And what about researching the history of your part of the city? This workshop will introduce participants to resources and techniques both online and off to help you get a handle on your neighborhood.

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will be able to conduct basic demographic research.
  • Participants will know how to find a variety of neighborhood statistics.
  • Participants will be able to find information about Brooklyn and local issues using websites and resources both online and off.

Radical Reference members' blogs

Radical Reference Members: Please list your blog here, and annotate it if you like. Note: most of the entries are from 2007 and might need updating.

NYC Anarchist Bookfair table

We are tabling at the NYC Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday, April 14th from 11-7...if we can staff our table. Please sign up. If you have any trouble editing this page, email us, and we'll do it for you.


Find the guide + map here: http://www.zeemaps.com/287573

Outline and Notes from "Beyond an Apple a Day: Finding Health Information Online"

Washington DC Radical Reference Collective

The Washington DC Radical Reference Collective started October 2011 with the staff of the Occupy DC People's Library.

Rad Ref at Occupy Wall Street : one report back

Last night 8-10 members and friends of Rad Ref NYC visited the People's Library at the Wall Street Occupation. We helped process books for the library, which Library Journal says is growing at 30-50 books per day.

That's Alycia on the left, an OWS Librarian in the middle, I think Lauren on the right, and my hands on the bottom right.

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