Ever since reading about the Kansas Library Camp on David Lee King’s blog I’ve been plotting how to crash the party (I’m in Missouri). It’s only a four hour drive and the chance to mingle with some great minds, sounds just too good to pass up. From the site: Think some of the most valuable […]
Not mine this time, Robins! She developed a search our catalog app for our Facebook page and she’s been contacted several times by people wanting help creating one for their library. I have no doubt she was helpful and nice and gave them excellent advice! Robin and I often work together here at the library […]
Aren’t they so cute? Oh and um professional! 🙂
Helene had a great post about training vs learning. A reminder just when I needed one! She never stops inspiring me! 🙂 The best learning happens by self-discovery, when two very important elements are present. In order for anyone to truly learn, they must be a) engaged in their own discovery process and b) be […]
Use the library. Your taxes are paying for it, so take advantage of the free books and movies. Austin says that even her small library in Maryland’s rural Kent County offers DVDs, audio books, and free Internet service. from 8 Ways to Cut Back without Sacrificing I wonder, does use of a Public Libraries increase […]
NPR reported this morning that protesters in Columbia used Facebook to organize support around the world against FARC.
Meredith Farkas’ recent post about Library 2.0 got me thinking about me; my title, my position, my duties and my goals. The position of Digital Services Librarian is just 6 months old (and I think the title itself has changed 3 times already). My duties and goals are always in flux which means, for me […]