Category Archives: academic_libraries

Cil2013 Day 1 or conference going!

KeyNote : More business; more iPhones being purchased than babies being born; subscription economy; clients; relationship management business; Amazon effect for libraries. Not inspiring. I believe that Libraries are their own special entity. We are better served by visionaries like … Continue reading

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April is for baseball, poetry and libraries!

Can’t wait! One of my favorite days is April 15 – Jackie Robinson day! Celebrating a real life hero and good guy. And looking forward to seeing the movie next weekend – “42”. I love April! It is poetry month. … Continue reading

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Professional Development fun!

Thank goodness, it’s Spring! I know this because we officially lost that hour last weekend to Daylight Savings Time and I’m still groggy. To take the drudgery out of the day-to-day academic activities, (and yes, I think moving a library … Continue reading

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This very busy Fall semester, I barely keep up reading my daily email alerts from ASEE First Bell, Inside Higher Ed, Wired Campus  and Scholarly Kitchen.  I become increasingly anxious every day as I scan the headlines – the death … Continue reading

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