Yearly Archives: 2007

Almost done with the semester! Originally uploaded by leah the library student Leah the Library Student posts a nice photo and update that she is almost done with the semester. And she links to a post about her survey concerning the perceptions of librarians: And still, the best answers […]

Almost done with the semester!

In our last night of LIS768: Library 2.0 and Social Networking Technologies, we used this post as a way to talk about the future: I posted about it here back in September: David Armano ponders digital immigrants and digital natives. He offers up a list of questions for ad/PR […]

More Questions to Ask

Via Kyle, a job description that seeks new grads and enthusiasm from Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina: New librarians: start your career at a top-ranked liberal arts college! Do you have a passion for teaching? Do you enjoy working with students and faculty? Help grow our information literacy […]

We’ll Mentor You

Check out Steve Campion’s newest installment – yet another perfect resource for your Learning 2.0 endeavors! If you gather a committee, write a draft document, and solicit feedback, you might receive scores of revisions in email and on paper. Compiling all those changes back into a single coherent document […]

Learn More: Wikis

  You have new Picture Mail! Originally uploaded by The Shifted Librarian Jenny is still sad her home library “exhibits” the new books: Sadly, my home library has not changed its policy about new books 🙁 Since I won’t be in the library on December 21, I didn’t even bother […]

Still Sad…