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This is what a PhD in Information Science looks like

I'm a first year PhD student at the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science. I call this space my Open Doc Project. This is an experiment in open science that (attempts) to record my coursework and research for the duration of a PhD. I hope to learn how to best conduct open research during this project, and advocate for colleagues to do the same.

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Nothing here (unless otherwise noted) represents the thoughts, opinions or beliefs of anyone but myself. Most days I don't even know what I think or believe about most of these subjects. Nothing here is a final draft unless otherwise noted. This entire site is under a Creative Commons 0 license meaning you can remix, reuse and do whatever you bloody well please with anything here.

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