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CONSENSUS? The opportunity for journalist/librarian collaboration
A draft consensus statement for journalist/librarian collaboration is circulating after garnering support at “Beyond Books: News, Literacy, Democracy and America’s Libraries,” a two-day Journalism That Matters symposium in Cambridge April 6-7. On Thursday, participants in “Beyond Books” moved to the … Continue reading
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BeyondBooks: Common purpose for journalists and librarians
April 6-7 symposium at MIT; April 7 open evening at Cambridge Public Library This is the information page for “Beyond Books: News, Literacy, Democracy and America’s Libraries” (shortlink: “BiblioNews”) a one-and-one-half-day convening April 6-7, 2011 at MIT in Cambridge, Mass., … Continue reading
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Fellowships available to attend “Beyond Books” — apply by March 15
GRADUATE-STUDENT IMLS FELLOWSHIPS TO ATTEND “BEYOND BOOKS” APRIL 6-8 AT MIT CENTER FOR FUTURE CIVIC MEDIA; Cambridge event links journalists, librarians; APPLICATIONS CLOSED CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Some 30 partial fellowships, consisting of registration, travel and lodging stipends for graduate students, … Continue reading
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