Article Archive

Learn more about the Library and Information Science Publications Wiki from past features and articles on the venture.

2012–2013

How I Got My LIS Groove Back
San Jose State University MLIS student Alison Peters shows how working on the LIS Publications Wiki revitalized her interest in the LIS program and showed her how to leverage her writing career for a library and information science audience.
American Libraries Direct, December 2013 [1]
Hack Library School, November 2013 [2]

About the Wiki
SJSU iSchool student Alison Peters describes her experiences with the LIS Publications Wiki and encourages students to utilize it in their own writing journeys.
SJSU SLIS Career Blog, November 2013[3]

Write, Right Now
San Jose State University MLIS graduate student Alison Peters interviews Dr. Anthony Bernier, SJSU faculty member and student adviser, about the benefits of the LIS Publications Wiki to students in their quest to publish in the field.
SLIS SIRI Blog, Fall 2013[4]

Independent Study Equals Instant Collaboration
San Jose State University MLIS student Alison Peters describes the collaboration that became the LIS Publications Wiki and how students can leverage the wiki to raise their profile in the field.
Collaborative Librarianship, Fall 2013 [5]

So There’s a Wiki for That
San Jose State University MLIS student Alison Peters shares how building the LIS Publications Wiki revitalized her graduate studies and can help other LIS students keep on writing.
SLIS Descriptor, October 2013 [6]

LIS Publications Wiki
Doreen Sullivan of the RMIT University Library in Melbourne, Australia, reviews the LIS Publications Wiki and discusses how LIS authors can use it to further their writing careers.
Technical Services Quarterly, Volume 29, Issue 3[7]


References

1. Peters, A. (2013, December). How I got my LIS groove back. American Libraries Direct. Retrieved from http://www.americanlibrariesmagazine.org/aldirect/al-direct-december-4-2013
2. Peters, A. (2013, November). How I got my LIS groove back. Hack Library School. Retrieved from http://hacklibschool.wordpress.com/2013/11/28/how-i-got-my-lis-groove-back/
3. Peters, A. (2013, November). About the wiki. SJSU iSchool Career Blog. Retrieved from http://slisapps.sjsu.edu/blogs/career/?p=322
4. Peters, A. (2013, Fall). Write, right now. SJSU iSchool CIRI Blog. Retrieved from http://slisapps.sjsu.edu/blogs/wp/ciri/2013/12/07/write-right-now/
5. Peters, A. (2013, Fall). Independent study equals instant collaboration. Collaborative Librarianship, 5(4), 258-259. Retrieved from http://www.collaborativelibrarianship.org/
6. Peters, A. (2013, October). So there’s a wiki for that. SJSU iSchool Descriptor. Retrieved from https://slisgroups.sjsu.edu/alasc/wp-descriptor/?p=902
7. Sullivan, D. (2012). LIS publications wiki. Technical Services Quarterly, 29(3), 248-249. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07317131.2012.682020#.U1mA8lcXK__