I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted a position at the University of Iowa. I will be the Community Outreach Librarian from the Great Midwest Region of the National Network of Medical Libraries. I will be developing and promoting outreach and education within communities in the Greater Midwest Region (GMR) of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM). This position will allow my to … Continue reading Joining the Team at the University of Iowa Libraries and the National Network of the Libraries of Medicine
Last week I passed my thesis defense! (Probably the one and only time I’ll use a .gif on this blog, but it had to be done! 😉 ) I have already posted about this on Twitter and Facebook and many people asked me – what next? Now that everything is final I am happy to announce I’ll be attending the University of Colorado Boulder to … Continue reading Colorado Here I Come!
As many of you know I returned to my home state of Iowa a couple of years ago. I love my home state, there are a lot of great things happening here, and I try to support as many as I can. I grew about less than half an hour from Danville, so I’m happy to share this project. Please consider sending a postcard and … Continue reading Please Help These Iowa Students Get 1.5 Million Postcards
This morning Salem Press announced the winners of their 2012 Blog Awards. When I saw the announcement for nominees a couple of weeks ago I was honored and humbled to be included along side this year’s fellow nominees for public library blogs which included – RA for All, David Lee King, Richard Kong, and Agnostic, Maybe. Because of such fine company I was surprised to see this morning’s announcement for the … Continue reading I am Honored to be Included in the 2012 Salem Press Blog Awards – Thank you!
UPDATE 5/1/2012 We have reached the goal! Thank you so much to everyone who donated! I will be at ALA 2012 thanks to your support and generosity! Making the decision to write this post was hard for me, after all I love NPR but pledge drive time drives me a little crazy especially after I’ve donated and it keeps going. But I understand why they do … Continue reading Show Your Support, Donate
I don’t write about books here. Not really. I write about ebooks and technology and the future of libraries (which may or may not involve books depending who you ask) and sometimes I write about what I’m reading, but I don’t really write about books. This is about books. I have a confession to make, like many people I got my library science degree because … Continue reading Books: A Love Letter
Disclaimer: This post has NOTHING what-so-ever do with libraries. I can’t express how disgusted I am with the whole Charlie Sheen thing and that instead of helping that man people are encouraging him. I’m even more disgusted that people are willing to pay up to $350 to see him. Recently several of my friends retweeted this tweet by Wil Wheaton and I thought YES! This! “I … Continue reading Real Winning Isn’t About Torpedoes It’s About Giving