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new eyes on old organizations

I always try to read at least a few library student blogs, because I think having a new set of eyes on some of the things we’ve been doing for years is often useful. Graham Lavender just went to an … Continue reading

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im in ur library readin ur b00k5

There is a lot of stupid inside joke to explain in this image if you’re not already familiar with this meme. You could ask your librarian (good luck with that) or you could Ask MetaFilter. I do hope you recognize … Continue reading

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two good links from resource shelf: IFLA & LOC

Two things stuck out from the most recent Resource Shelf posting by Gary Price today “The Library of Congress has launched a new public Web site to cover the groundbreaking work of a special independent committee. By 2006, this committee … Continue reading

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while we’re on the subject of success

I’ve been enjoying watching the Library Success wiki grow. Now IFLA has a database of library success stories available to the public. It’s still getting started and some of the documents don’t seem to be quite web-ready [i.e. links aren’t … Continue reading

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