Anatomy of an All-Nighter from TUL

 

Brian Matthews shares a fascinating conversation:

http://theubiquitouslibrarian.typepad.com/the_ubiquitous_librarian/2008/04/the-anatomy-of.html

The transparent technologies of flickr and twitter offer tremendous assessment possibilities. We hear about students pulling all-nighters, but this is documented evidence.

4:56 PM
paper + pres due in 22 hours. tick tock. group members unite

6:51 PM 
if I have to pull an allnighter to finish this proj I’ll likely have to skip the gatech awards banquet luncheon thing and get my award later

7:55 PM 
I just talked about epistemological connections in this CS paper. Do I get my cookie now or later?

09:23 PM 
trying to explain color wars in this paper as a way of community-driven convention for subgroups. prof is going to think twitter is crazy.

10:17 PM 
GT Parking is heartless.. giving parking tickets to students parked at the library this late. @flashmob needs to do something about it

11:15 PM 
cramped between @jarryd and @hd_phones in the library near the collaborative computing section.

Read the whole thing. How could this influence your planning in the academic library? How might it change services?

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