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Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford

Today’s visit involved a day trip to Oxford to see the Bodleian Library. The early morning was definitely worth the visit to this city and library. 413 more words

Study Abroad

LAARC and Museum of London

This morning our class met in the courtyard and went on a trip for a tour of the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC). They allowed pictures to be taken but we do not have permission to share them on social media. 480 more words

Study Abroad

Are the Digital Humanities and Library & Information Science the same thing?

The following is a summary and further discussion around the presentation which I gave in May at ISI 2015, held at the University of Zadar, Croatia. 2,526 more words


The Book Club

   Traditional book clubs: most libraries host them. Some even offer seminars on how to start, organize and mediate them. But what about hosting and training the community on digital book clubs?   94 more words


Bookmobiles - Still Relevant Today?

Bookmobiles Through the Years

 Bookmobiles have been around as early as 1898. Back then they were nothing more than a horse-drawn cabinet filled with books. Libraries have been committed to making books accessible to as many people as possible for a long time.    177 more words


Everyone and Their Grandma..

A recent discussion I had with librarians at the Clinton-Macomb Public Library left me with the impression that outreach is an important buzzword in the LIS universe. 191 more words