Author Archives: kshjensen

Ethnography Praxis in Public Organisations, Data and Spaces

The current issue of Weave – Journal of Library User Experience has a great article about the state of ethnography in libraries including some really useful thoughts on why there aren’t, but probably should be, more library ethnographers. You should definitely … Continue reading

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Woolf on the lecture

I am reading (yet another) Virginia Woolf biography. This one by Nigel Nicolson, son of Vita Sackville-West, who was a great friend and love of Virginia. It is very interesting to hear his memories but I was intrigued to read … Continue reading

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#OER16 Open Culture – exploring spaces

Perhaps I have taken far too long to write these reflections on being part of the Open Educational Resources 2016 conference 19-20 April or – as I like to think of my procrastination – the experience of #OER16 has stayed … Continue reading

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Open educational practice #OER16

As part of the lead up to OER16 Conference, Catherine Cronin is asking for responses to the statement: If open is the answer, what is the question? For me striving to be an open practitioner in terms of academic research and … Continue reading

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Exploring in-between space

In a Teaching and Learning Conversation* webinar (26th Nov) Andrew Middleton and I wanted to present and explore some ideas about in-between spaces drawing on the concepts of liminality and third space/place and use this as an opportunity to talk … Continue reading

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Virago Collectors’ Cards – authors known and unknown

I came across a small selection of Virago collectors’ cards (1-6) in an Oxfam bookshop. The cards all had short author profiles and said they were part of a series of 40 issued in May 1982. I really like the … Continue reading

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De Certeau on space and place

In a recent blog post on Places, Spaces, Teaching, Learning, Planning, Donna Lanclos (Library Anthropologist) talks about her research into active learning classrooms at UNC Charlotte. This included her reflections on how building the spaces is just the beginning and … Continue reading

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