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My office mate is a collection development prodigy, with RSS feeds to publications, blogs, and libraries who have strong collections in her fields. She devotes time each week to selection. I’m less methodical. I love reading reviews, and submit books … Continue reading
I just finished up the last bits of the chapter I wrote with a biology professor here, a “how we did it good” piece about teaching sustainability concepts through the library as a place. It was a fairly straightforward piece. … Continue reading
She always comes through with a clear cutting analysis of things that are bugging me in libraryland. She’s sharp as tacks. She makes me laugh. After following her for years on the COLLIB listserv, I’ve been getting a kick out … Continue reading
My heart did a little leap and skip and a jump when I saw that Henry Rollins is speaking at ACRL 2013. After I hurriedly calculated whether there was any way I could attend in Indianapolis in April, I giddily … Continue reading
Time lapse video map of Europe. I had no idea Lithuania was so BIG.
In the course of researching a copyright guide for faculty at work, I’ve been delving more deeply into the issues surrounding open access. Occasionally, I run into a new issue that I could be interested enough in to frame my … Continue reading