How to Teach Information Literacy in an Era of Lies – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Whatever your discipline, you should also be teaching students how to understand, assess, evaluate, and apply information.

Source: How to Teach Information Literacy in an Era of Lies – The Chronicle of Higher Education

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The Birth of Braveheart | Randall Wallace – Great Minds with Michael Medved

Michael Medved and long-time friend Randall Wallace discuss the fortunes of the once robust business of movie entertainment and the current exodus toward television. The ensuing conversation revisits the birth of the idea of Braveheart in a Scottish church, the initial meeting with Mel Gibson, and t

Source: The Birth of Braveheart | Randall Wallace – Great Minds with Michael Medved

Anthony Bourdain’s Interview with David Remnick

Anthony Bourdain—the chef turned author, food anthropologist, and television star—died this week, at sixty-one. Bourdain made his début in The New Yorker in 1999, with an essay called “Don’t Eat Before Reading This,” about working in the restaurant industry. {{}}It was an account of what really goes on in restaurants—extremely vivid, funny, gross, and, in parts, genuinely disturbing. After the success of that article, Bourdain went on to publish his best-selling memoir, “Kitchen Confidential,” a

* duration: 19:20, Played: 18:52

* Published: 6/8/18 8:00:00 AM

* Episode Download Link (18 MB): https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/audio.wnyc.org/tnyradiohour/tnyradiohour060818_podcastbonus_bourdain.mp3

* Show Notes: http://www.wnycstudios.org/story/anthony-bourdains-interview-david-remnick/

* Episode feed: The New Yorker Radio Hour – http://feeds.wnyc.org/newyorkerradiohour

The Right To Browse: A Library Puts Books Into Storage And Readers Cry Foul : NPR Ed : NPR

“To make room, librarians removed tens of thousands of books and other materials that hadn’t been checked out in years. The items were put into storage — some across town, some a few hours away. Students can still request them; it just might take a few days to get them back to the library.”

Source: The Right To Browse: A Library Puts Books Into Storage And Readers Cry Foul : NPR Ed : NPR

Moving Image Research Center | Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress

The Flying Ace, (1926, Norman Film Mfg. Co.)

The Flying Ace, (1926, Norman Film Mfg. Co.)

“The Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) at the Library of Congress has responsibility for the acquisition, cataloging and preservation of the motion picture and television collections. The Division operates the Moving Image Research Center to provide access and information services to an international community of film and television professionals, archivists, scholars and researchers.”

Thanks to The Scout Report for the link…

Source: Moving Image Research Center (Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress)

5 Ancient Stoic Tactics for Modern Life | The Art of Manliness

Stoicism emerged as a philosophy, a way of life — similar to a religion, really — most famously in ancient Rome somewhere around 50-100 AD (even though it was Greeks who pioneered the thinking). Two millennia later, the philosophy is enjoying a revival of sorts, and it’s not hard to understand why. The primary goal […]

Source: 5 Ancient Stoic Tactics for Modern Life | The Art of Manliness