Hugh Rundle’s new article “Who Are you Empowering?” over at In The Library With a Lead Pipe caught my attention this week, so much so that I commented on it twice and finally decided to write this post. First, I wasn’t present for Joe Murphy’s closing keynote address, but if it was as Rundle describes it, I agree with Rundle’s reaction. The techno-lust displayed by many … Continue reading The Answer To “Who Are You Empowering?” Better Be “Our Patrons”
I opted to create my reading list for this summer on Pinterest. I like being able to see the covers and I think I’m more likely to add in start and finish dates as comments. I didn’t do a very good job of editing my post last year to add that information. I also didn’t stick to my list, but that’s summer reading for you! … Continue reading Summer Reading List 2014 – What Are You Reading This Summer?
This morning I got to deliver the keynote at Iowa Association of Research and College Libraries. I got to talk about silos and echo chambers and change some of my favorite topics! Escape The Silo: Why and How to Escape Your Professional Silo – ILA/ACRL keynote from Bobbi Newman References and Recommended Reading Bundred, S. (2006). Solutions to silos: joining up knowledge. Public Money and Management, 26(2), … Continue reading Escape the Silo – Iowa ACRL keynote