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About theweelibrarian

Liaison Librarian extraordinaire! Interests in libraries and technology, virtual worlds, gov pubs, fun and chocolate.

Libday6: Day 4

Today feels slightly unproductive when I consider the extent of my week so far. Here’s how it went: Meeting with my OLA presentation group to discuss some of the finer points of the presentation Set up some student research consultations … Continue reading

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Two, two, two days in one!

Yes, I will admit it. I just didn’t have the energy yesterday to post my LibDay6: Day 2, it was, after all, a 12 hour day with 6 hours of teaching. So today, you get two days in one! Libday6: … Continue reading

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Libday6: Day 1

Working from home means more always gets done. It seems today was no exception. Started the day the same as everyone else: checking email and social networks. I sent in a small piece on QR codes for our library newsletter. … Continue reading

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Library Day in the Life 2011

Well, the new year has not seen much on this blog but what better way than to try to get back into the swing of things than by participating in the next round of Library Day in the Life! If … Continue reading

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Learning, not teaching

I recently read an article in University Affairs, co-written by my university’s new president that calls for more emphasis to be placed on learning than teaching. I think there is merit in this argument, but there are implications for library … Continue reading

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The Librarian Lecturer and Other Info Lit Thoughts

Now that much of my teaching is done for the term, I seem to be reading more about instruction now. A recent post from Iris caught my attention. In the post she writes about one shots and the idea that … Continue reading

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Flash Instruction

Insider Higher Ed recently had a post on Edupunk, something I first got interested in about three years ago (and from there my interest in Libpunk). This article intrigued me with the idea of flash seminars. You’ve probably heard of … Continue reading

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