Daily Archives: August 23, 2007

At a presentation back in June, a librarian came up to me at a break and said “We’re too timid as a profession, aren’t we?” That really got me thinking – which lead to a discussion with Michael Casey which lead to this edition of “The Transparent Library:” http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6466666.html?industryid=47356 In […]

“We’re too timid, aren’t we?”

I go back to school next week! And classes officially begin September 4th! The summer has flown – but there’s still time to read some great posts about innovation and outreach that academic librarians might find most useful. What are the goals for your academic library this year? Increased use? […]

Attention Academic Librarians – Don’t Miss These Useful Posts

http://www.librarybytes.com/2007/08/year-of-learning-20.html Helene Blowers writes: Anyway, it’s been a fantastic year and the grassroots success of this program has surpassed my wildest dreams. Funny, when I set out to design and develop the program for PLCMC staff, my initial goal was to reach 125 employees. Never did I imagine that in […]

A Year of Learning 2.0