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Where I've Been

Before I did my post on the Endless Scroll, I hadn’t posted on this blog since August of 2015. I figured I’d update on what’s gone in the past year and why I have started blogging once more on this blog. 450 more words


Week 4: Book Review of Classic Children's Literature

Two books that have stood the test of time are Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902) and H.A. Rey’s Curious George (1941). Both stories focus on the misadventures of animals too curious for their own good. 261 more words

TBT - To Walk Or Not To Walk

This is an old post I found in my drafts – a blast from the past. Spoiler alert: I walked in my graduate commencement and I am happy that I did. 284 more words

In The Field

PAIGI: Things That Going Bumper Car In The Night

In Monday’s reference class, we looked at a variety of virtual reference interactions, and one of the example queries immediately grabbed my attention — because, of course, it was about physics! 1,411 more words



As the title suggests, yes, I am currently in grad school. I started about a month ago and it has been WAY MORE CRAZY than I expected it to be. 115 more words


Post 4: Make Way for the Makerspace

At first glance, it would appear that a technologically advancing society is challenging that traditional role that libraries have played. How do dusty book shelves keep up with the growth and learning that libraries try to foster in the communities they serve? 398 more words


Post 3: Social Media and Libraries

An Introduction to Social Media

Social media refers to online applications “that allow the creation and exchange of User Generated Content” (Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010, p. 993 more words