Category Archives: Open Knowledge

Stanford Open Knowledge MOOC – Overview

I have completed the  Stanford Open Knowledge MOOC, and am repurposing an earlier article I wrote, to be my final digital project for the Creating Track of the course. I would have loved to do something more creative, like a … Continue reading

Posted in Lifelong learning, Open Knowledge | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

44th ACURIL conference – Libraries, Archives and Museums: Gateways to Information Literacy and Cultural Heritage– Nassau, Bahamas – my experience

I could write another book, easily, on my experience of the 44th ACURIL conference held from 8 – 12 June 2014, in Nassau, Bahamas, so bear with with me, as this is going to be a long post. When Dorcas … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, Cultural Heritage, Information Literacy, Kim Baker, Libraries, Lifelong learning, Museums, Open Knowledge | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

In defence of libraries – and – my book has sold out :-)

I have heard from my publisher that my book has sold out within two months of it being published. Very gratifying news indeed. More copies are currently being reprinted, so the book should be available again very soon. It is … Continue reading

Posted in Kim Baker, Libraries, Lifelong learning, Open Knowledge | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

How my involvement with IFLA shaped the ideas in my book

My book “Information Literacy and Cultural Heritage: Developing a model for lifelong learning” has now been printed and published. I wanted to reflect on how the ideas in the book took shape over a period of years, during my involvement … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, Cultural Heritage, Information Literacy, Kim Baker, Libraries, Lifelong learning, Museums, Open Knowledge | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 13 Comments