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Drink Your Way To Better Librarianship with @RobThomson2528

Today we’re joined by Australia’s Rob Thomson, a library worker and educator who trains library staff, runs conferences and events, and explores the future of the profession in a most adventurous way. 3,587 more words


Using Wordless Books

I just love wordless books. They can do so much – and they can change when you “read” them over and over – and kids can sit and read them themselves when they are too young to read. 168 more words


Bibliotherapy with Preschool-Aged Books

The following books are titles I have come across and thought they would be relevant to use in a bibliotherapeutic setting. Let’s look at a them through a that lens and how we can approach young children to talk about them. 1,273 more words


Drink Your Way To Better Librarianship

“If thinking differently was going to make me a better runner, I could do it sitting in the pub.”

Charlie Spedding missed a train, bought a beer, and changed his life. 2,176 more words


Would like to meet at #CILIPConf2018

(Thank you to Lizzie Sparrow for this blog idea)

I’m heading to CILIP Conference tomorrow and am keen to meet lots of new colleagues across the information profession. 635 more words


Enabling Systems of Low Morale in PoC Academic Librarians

If you’re following this blog – or my work in general – you’re aware that I’m currently working on data analysis for my PoC Low Morale study… 229 more words


Retrospective? Introspective? Prospective?

As a rule, I tend to think I’m too old to wax all introspective about my career trajectory.  So, why the sudden bout of introspection?  I’m about to celebrate my sixtieth birthday.  1,091 more words