The filing claimed that McMaster is liable for allowing Askey “to continue the publications” and for refusing to force him to take the posting down.
The lawsuits inspired scholars from around North America to rally behind Askey. Created by Martha Reineke, a professor of religion at the University of Northern Iowa, a petition demanding [...]
I have been so impressed with Justin Hoenke’s work over the past few years and his outstanding contributions to Tame the Web. His work has risen above and I am so excited he is making this move!
In Justin’s work as Teen Librarian, he has delivered excellent, user-focused service, innovative programming, and opportunities for [...]
From the Chronicle of Higher Education:
Librarians Rally Behind Blogger Sued by Publisher Over Critical Comments
Support for Mr. Askey isn’t limited to Canada. On Twitter, academics around the world are tweeting about the case using the hashtag #FreeDaleAskey, and Martha J. Reineke, a professor of religion at the University of Northern Iowa, created [...]
AMAZING. Something about this seems so wrong. Dale Askey wrote a guest post for TTW after I met him at the Future of Academic Libraries Symposium. Take a look at this LJ piece for the details and follow the links:
In 2010, Dale Askey was a tenured associate professor at Kansas State University (K-State) [...]
A video by John Hollahan. Produced by the White Plains Library Foundation, with special thanks to Brian Kenney, Library Director, and the library patrons who participated in this project.
Lora Baiocco writes: I took this picture on the way to work and I thought you might be interested in a little free library initiative taking place in Montreal. I don’t have anything to do with the project but I think it’s very cool! It’s called Livre Service which translates to “Book Service” – but it’s [...]
I am very thankful for such a productive year and such a year of travel! I never dreamed I’d visit so many incredible places in 2012 to speak and share with library folk. To colleagues and friends of TTW everywhere – Happy Holidays! Thanks to all for the inspirations and all the [...]
Since beginning SLIS classes, I’ve become curious about the labels librarians use for people who use the library or its services. When the issue came up again this semester, I set up an informal poll to get some feedback. I appreciate everyone who shared it, voted and left comments! You may view it online, but here is a [...]
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