balloons, originally uploaded by nycscout. Via AL Direct: http://www.scoutingny.com/?p=3399 I’m amazed that this is such a problem as to necessitate a laminated sign. I mean, I wasn’t planning on bringing any balloons inside…But it’s sort of a downer to know I couldn’t if I suddenly got the urge. -SCOUT Read […]
17 January #Savelibraries, originally uploaded by Phil Bradley. Please see: http://use-libraries-and-learn-stuff.blogspot.com/2011/01/savelibraries.html John Kirriemuir and Phil Bradley rock!
For new librarians entering the field of academic librarianship, there is an expectation to continue and evolve the Participatory Service methodology. Luckily, it is not a forced expectation, but rather one of excitement and, dare I say, glee. The ability of academic libraries to effectively reach and engage students in […]
I’m updating some slides and prepping for spring classes today. I was pleased to find this wonderful staff directory page for the Todd Library at Waubonsee Community College: https://library.waubonsee.edu/staff/ Not only do I get a photo of the staff member, I also get access to their social media presence as […]
Portland Public Teen Library: 2010 Year In Review on Prezi I’ve been thinking a lot about transparency this year. It might have to do with the term becoming a buzz word of some sorts, or maybe because the ongoing discussion concerning Wikileaks in news media. A huge part of me, […]
Networked Teacher Diagram – Update, originally uploaded by courosa. Nice!
(Higher quality) Use Libraries and Learn Stuff, originally uploaded by GeoShore. For more please see : http://use-libraries-and-learn-stuff.blogspot.com/2010/10/use-libraries-and-learn-stuff.html
I’m not a library director. Heck, who knows if I’ll ever be a library director. But spend some time working in a public library and you’ll see a common theme: most employees and the public have no clue what a library director does. There’s this belief that the library director […]
I said: It’s very easy to dismiss people who don’t share our views. It’s harder to find common ground. Even harder is saying “I can learn from you.”
QR codes at the beginning of each chapter of the book I’m reading, originally uploaded by The Shifted Librarian. Via Jenny Levine