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2014 SA Handshake at Salisbury Beach

The Students of SLA departed to a trip to Salisbury, MA to enjoy a day full of relaxation and fun at Salisbury Beach, the Student Association planned a morning filled with team challenges and games that were designed to bring students closer together as one. 304 more words

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Classroom Interactions: from post-grad to middle school

My career changed direction a bit in the last year. I went from training post-grad English teachers in Korea, to teaching middle school in Vietnam. Having little experience in the middle school classroom, I was quite worried that the methodology I had spent eight years with would leave me useless in a class full of 12 and 13 year-olds. 79 more words


SLA tour in T.O.

This past Thursday marks my first library-focused extracurricular activity of library school. I went to Toronto with a lovely group of fellow MLIS students and toured three organisations with a strong presence in libraryland: AGO’s Library, Bibliocommons, and CBC’s Library and Archives. 576 more words


SLA Toronto Tour

This past week, with the SLA UWO student chapter, I got to visit the Art Gallery of Ontario Library & Archives, the Bibliocommons, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Library & Archives. 487 more words

New Release - Snow Like Ashes - 10/14/14

Title:  Snow Like Ashes
Author:  Sara Raasch
Series:   Snow Like Ashes #1
Genre:  High Fantasy
Published:  October 14, 2014

Game of Thrones meets Graceling in this striking fantasy tale of dark magic, dangerous politics, and discovering your true self.   253 more words

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Why Data Recovery, Not Backup, Is Where Your Focus Should Be

Even if I didn’t cover the BDR space, I think the message of backing up my data would be ingrained in my mind. After all, advertisements from backup vendors appear everywhere – mostly due to the prevalence of freemium cloud offers. 430 more words

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