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Monthly Archives: March 2007
The City of Lincoln has a page called “Your 14Â¢ Worth” which highlights some of the things Lincoln resident’s property taxes are spent on. The second program featured is Lincoln City Libraries. The story features a photos of one of … Continue reading
I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted about Zotero. They have a new release out, and it’s great. My favorite new feature is that you can now annotate a captured web page. Apparently there’s also now a Word … Continue reading
Just for fun, do a Google search on “librarians are hiding something.” What are they/(we?) hiding? Maybe I’ll find out when I get my MLS.
I think it’s pretty clear from my writing here that I am enjoying my time in library school. I can’t write too authoritatively yet- after all, I am only 4 classes in, but what I have seen is useful, practical, … Continue reading
This article talks about how KSU is targeting students to get them to finish school sooner. “The school’s effort targets students like Brittany Meara, a 19-year-old freshman who takes a full load of classes and works 40 hours a week … Continue reading
Our presentation was accepted for the C&U/TSRT Spring Meeting. The Dean of my library is presenting opposite me. eep! I am both excited and scared. My main problem is that I have about 2 hour’s worth of information I need … Continue reading
Consumerist recently posted about the possibility of Free Netflix Rentals For Brooklyn Residents. According to Consumerist, Netflix wasn’t aware this was in progress. I hope it works!
So, last week a coworker and I attended the Mountain Plains Library Association conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I didn’t get to see much of the area, but I love what I’ve seen of New Mexico. I could see myself … Continue reading
Tomorrow I leave for New Mexico to attend the NMLA / MPLA 2007 Joint Conference in Albuquerque. I am excited, not looking forward to the 24+ hours to drive there, though I am looking forward to to spending time with … Continue reading