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The temporary autonomous library at Occupy Boston, an interview with Kristin Parker

all photos courtesy of Kristin Parker, please do not reproduce without permission I have friends working in the various Occupy X libraries. We don’t have a very big Occupy presence near me in Vermont and I was curious how things … Continue reading

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going to ACRL? Got time for a preconference unconference?

ACRL is in Seattle next week and the Radical Reference people are planning a preconference unconference on March 12th? Interested? Look for more information on the facebook group and the wiki. [related grouchy tweet about ACRL web page]

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Library of Congress Subject Heading Suggestion Blog-a-Thon

Between now and Sunday, April 27, Radical Reference invites you to suggest subject headings and/or cross-references which will then be compiled and sent to the Library of Congress. You can either choose one previously suggested by Sandy Berman (pdf or … Continue reading

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Boston Event: Simmons GSLIS Skill Share 16sep06

The first Simmons College GSLIS skill share will be held on Saturday September 16th from 10 am to 4 pm. Co-sponsored by local chapters of the unlikely bedfellows the American Society for Information Science & Technology and the Progressive Librarians … Continue reading

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radical reference: semi-orgasmic experiences on the job

Eli Edwards writes about the experience of doing radical reference in Clamor Magazine and the RadRef project past and present. According to co-founder Jenna Freedman, a librarian at Barnard College in New York City, “We thought [the protestors] would need … Continue reading

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