So … just a few weeks ago I was concerned about finding an internship and figuring out classes for the spring. I’m down to three classes for the spring and may drop one more before the semester starts … The internship, however, has turned out nicely. Just a few days after I last posted here […]
I’m taking three courses: Introduction to Digital Data (formerly Introduction to Digital Libraries), Copyright for Information Professionals, and Grantwriting. The semester is winding down with about two weeks left. I am looking forward to the end of semester, but maybe not so much since that just means a few weeks to the start of next […]
seeing as I don’t update very often. I’ll try to improve.
This isn’t a first–I try to follow quite a few blogs with Google Reader. The volume can be enormous, but I continue to add new blogs anyway. You see, I can’t really tell how prolific a blogger may become when I start following their blog. Of course, I can look at their blogging history, but […]
My classes ended last week–while I’ve enjoyed school so far the break is welcome. I’ve been at this since last June (in addition to my day job responsibilities), and it’s nice to not have the extra work and responsibilities … at least for a few weeks. While I’m not taking courses this summer, I’m not […]
it’s sad, really. qr codes seem like a really good way to get dense chunklets of information out to people. but, you know, it’s not always a great way to do this. last night i sat at a bus shelter–the 24 divisadero had ten minutes to arrive and i’m sitting in one of our new-fangled […]
Last semester one of my assignments was to create a LibGuide … I had never used one before, so creating one was a whole new experience … I ended up creating a LibGuide for a boring topic but one which might be useful for folks wondering if they really need Windows to have a solid […]
this infographic shows the growth of data centers. it’s all bits and bytes and machines and stuff, but all that hosts data: ebooks, databases, scientific data … there’s gold out there!
Out Behind the Desk: Workplace Issues for LGBTQ Librarians (Gender and Sexuality in Librarianship) what’s amazing to me is that this sort of book is necessary in 2011.
one of the assignments in my reference class calls for five hours of observation in reference environments … my luck with sfpl has improved dramatically: i met the assistant director of the library while she was working the information desk, and she has put me on to people in other areas of the main that […]