Your search (subject= Denton, TX) returned 2 hit(s):
- Languaging '99
- Description: This a brief travel log describing my experiences of Languaging '99 at the University of North Texas (UNT), in Denton, TX, March 4-6, 1999. This was the first literature/linguistics conference I've ever attended. The text is intermingled with images I saw along the way.
- Date: 1999-03-08
- Source: This text was never formally published.
- Subject(s): literature; language; travel log; Denton, TX;
- URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/languaging-99/index.shtml
- Today's digital information landscape
- Description: The main point of this lecture is to bring home a single idea, namely, the what of library and information science has not changed so much as the how. Libraries are still about the processes of collection, preservation, organization, dissemination, and sometimes evaluation of data and information. While the mediums, environments, and tools have dramatically changed, the problems and services the profession addresses remain the same. If we focus on our broader goals -- see the forest from the trees -- then the profession's future is bright offering us many opportunities. If we focus too much on the particulars, then libraries and librarians will be seen as increasingly irrelevant. The following examples will hopefully make this clear.
- Date: 2007-12-01
- Source: This essay was originally written for a lecture at the University of North Texas (December 4, 2007)
- Subject(s): presentations; Denton, TX; librarianship;
- URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/digital-landscape/index.shtml