Thoughts on “Ethics and Standards” from Rubin’s Foundations of Library and Information Science

Some of my responses to Rubin’s chapter on ethics.  All quotes from Rubin, R. E. (2004). Foundations of Library and Information Science (2nd ed.). New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.

Ethics in Leadership

“Most of the time, librarians do not think consciously about the ethical ramifications of what they do.  As with ethical conduct generally, our […]

Back and at it again

After a whole summer off from MLIS work, I’m back in school and will be posting semi-regularly.  Taking Ethics and Data Analysis for Public Administrators classes, both of which look to be interesting.  I imagine I’ll have more to post here about ethics than about statistics, but you never know.  Stay tuned.

Speaking of dying industries . . .

I don’t think books are a dying industry, but there are parallels worth thinking about. http://www.wired.com/underwire/2010/08/alt-text-dying-industries/