Daily Archives: April 28, 2007



Rachel writes: Eli Moody, the brains behind the academic library cartoon strip Search & Research (http://search-and-research.blogspot.com/) did a cool video on Scholarly vs. Popular Journals here at Vanderbilt University (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu7Mpk16TEQ). I think it’s wonderful that someone so talented can find new and creative ways to reach out to the users. […]

Scholarly Vs. Popular Journals at YouTube



http://ulatmac.wordpress.com/2007/04/26/immersive-learning-gaming-librarian-appointed/ News from McMaster University: The University Library is pleased to announce the appointment of Shawn McCann to the position of Immersive Learning (Gaming) Librarian. Shawn comes to us from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan where he is the Digital Projects Librarian and has also held the position Web […]

Gaming Librarian Appointed





http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6431957.html Robin Hastings writes: What did we get out of this process? We learned our staff are willing and able to understand the new technologies that our patrons are using. We also learned some specific lessons about presenting this sort of training experience. Next time, we will include the Life […]

Journey to Library 2.0




http://feelgoodlibrarian.typepad.com/feelgood_librarian/ Some people think anonymous blogging is lame. It’s the only way I know how to protect myself, my library and the poor patrons whose stories I tell here. But I am telling you now, there is nothing anonymous about this to me. That’s why I’m reading this one, to […]

No, FGL, Thank YOU!