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#citylis Student Perspectives: library history, part i / my independent study by Mariana Ou

Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Mariana Ou, and is the first part of a series of three reflections on her Independent Study about Library History. part … Continue reading

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CityLIS Reflections and Research: Why LIS doesn’t have a quick fix for the post-factual society … and why that’s OK by David Bawden

This CityLIS Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and how Library and Information Science can help in a post-factual society. *** The irony is that by now it was supposed to be perfect. For most of my working … Continue reading

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CityLIS Writes

In 2017 we introduced a new category to the CityLIS blog. CityLIS Writes collects essays or reports written by CityLIS students, which we promote both to encourage our cohort to engage with written communication throughout the course of their careers, … Continue reading

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CityLIS Reflections and Research: Invented and discovered: mathematics in Popper’s World 3 by David Bawden

This CityLIS Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and looks at the question of whether Mathematics is invented or discovered by humans. *** I have always had an interest in mathematics. This is despite, or perhaps because of, … Continue reading

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