Interested in ethnographic research? Join or audit the iSchool course this fall

From Jenna Hartel:

You are warmly welcomed to participate in the course INF2330: Information Ethnography at the Faculty of Information this fall. It is offered on Monday, 1:00-4:00. You can learn more about the course, here.

As you may know, ethnography is hot as a means to better understand the Information Age. As libraries continue to undergo exciting changes, there is a great opportunity for ethnographic research into the use of information resources and services and/or into the student learning experience to which we hope to bridge and to serve.  Of note, INF2330 is unique at the Faculty of Information for providing a chance to conduct original research on “human subjects” with clearance from the Office of Research Ethics, and is therefore an ideal setting to conduct a pilot study of your own design.

Please consider this opportunity and do not hesitate to contact me to discuss any details of joining/auditing the course.

Sincerely,

Jenna Hartel, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Information University of Toronto 140 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G6
website: www.jennahartel.com

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