SLIS Undergroundsent in a link to their site, rather intersting for those fighting the powers that be:
The medium, SLIS UNDERGROUND, was created with the intention of providing SLIS students enrolled at the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a forum in which to express their opinions about library and information science and their educational/professional experiences within the field.
Realizing that much of what we are being taught is subjective.
Realizing that information itself is subjective; everything is changed, greatly or subtly, by the filter through which it passes.
Understanding that as future librarians, archivists, catalogers, indexers, school media specialists, editors, censors, and free-thinking students of human nature we have a right to comment upon and question all information.
To bring to ideas to the forefront and provide a media through which comments can be made for which there was no time in class.
To encourage critical thinking within the SLIS student body.
To show the SLIS faculty that we care enough about library and information science to go to the trouble of establishing an entity beyond the academic establishment through which we can further discuss what we are being taught, what we are reading, and how the information is being presented