What is metadata, why does it matter, and what can we do with it? Time to develop a new superpower! Please, just use it for good.
In this go-round, we talk to Lindsey Doe about how people go looking for information, when that information happens to be sex. We cover barriers (ha, unintended pun) and behaviours that people are confronted with, and how to overcome them so that we can live our bestest, sexiest lives. Continue reading “Let’s Talk Sex (Education), with Lindsey Doe”
When it comes to slaying demons and protecting mankind from the forces of evil, what kind of STAKE does the library have in it? In this video we explore how classification, the backbone of many information systems, can be used to fight the forces of evil. Continue reading “Buffy, Giles, and Dewey: Classification Explained”
How do you define information, and how does that definition overlap or differ with how others might define it? In this video, we look at some definitions Inside (and outside) of Information Science to see if we can develop a nice, one-size-fits-all definition for everyone. Continue reading “What is Information?”
Okay, but what IS Library and Information Science? A brief history and introduction. See below for recommended reading. Continue reading “What is Library & Information Science?”