Category Archives: Conferences

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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CiL2012 Day 1

Computers in Libraries 2012 – Day 1 was a fun one. I met new people and talked and exchanged cards with many. I checked in at the exhibits, especially with all my science vendors, and I asked everyone of them … Continue reading

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Perspective on reading needed

It is the end of the semester…almost. Which means people are stressed and cranky and everyone needs a break. When I think of taking a break, it always involves reading a book. Reading is my de-stressor. But, I’m a little stressed thinking … Continue reading

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It was a hard conference…ACRL2011

The Association of College & Research Libraries – ACRL 2011 conference was held in Philadelphia, PA March 30- April 2. I attended most sessions with my on-the-cusp Library Administrator hat. There was not much smiling, much less guffawing, in the … Continue reading

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