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Blogging What I Do, Day 2

Yesterday was too meeting-heavy to be worth reporting on, but I thought I’d step back in to this today. Exercising the writing muscle and all that. 451 more words

Librarianship

Blogging What I Do, Day 1

I am trying to be more productive, and also find ways to better articulate what I do all day beyond “oh…a mess of stuff.” I always enjoy the rounds of “Day on the Life” blogging that happen around library work and digital humanities  a few times a year, but also never know about them til the day of and don’t feel ready to participate. 922 more words

Librarianship

Article 10 - RDA: Cataloging Standards Affect Reference Service

When I recently began reading about the transition of cataloging rules from AACR2 to RDA, I assumed that only catalogers would be interested in the conversion, but according to Teressa M. 601 more words

Articles

Running the Books: The Adventures of an Accidental Prison Librarian by Avi Steinberg

As a job-seeking librarian who’s occasionally played with the idea of applying for prison librarian positions, I jumped on this book. Steinberg fell into prison librarianship and learned on the job both how to manage a prison library and how to interact with inmates. 133 more words

Nonfiction

Are Reference Materials Dead?

The discussion topic for my university subject this week is as follows:

Should we abandon the idea of reference material altogether? Or should the term be kept only for non-borrowable print resources in the library? 299 more words

Day 1 - Cataloging

July 17, 2014 1:45-3:45pm

Cataloging doesn’t sound fun or interesting; it sounds boring and repetitive. But, for those of us who like organization, detail, and rules, it can sound fantastically interesting! 692 more words

Journal Logs

Digitization - Day 4

July 15, 2014 1:45-4:45pm

If you remember from my “Digitization – Day 1″ post Angie and I were tasked with shooting several items for Lynda (archive librarian) to use with the 60 middle school students that are coming to visit the library this month. 332 more words

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