Effective instructors are in tune with their students and able to shift gears with them. And they know when to
My post about Ace the Library Dog led to some great questions and to a few friends sharing their experiences
Ace, the Northern Onondaga Public Library Dog, came to visit our class along with his human, Meg. Ace is a
The following are my personal Top Ten Take Aways from my first week on the road to New Librarianship. I’ll
In the final Thread of R. David Lankes’ The Atlas of New Librarianship (2011), we finally get to the librarian.
“This time, this information age? This is our age.” -R. David Lankes, The Atlas of New Librarianship, p.135 I am
Or, How Reading About Community Got Me Ruminating Over Collection Development Ironically, after writing my last few posts about how
Librarians don’t own public libraries, communities don’t own public libraries, the individuals who make up our communities own public libraries.
If librarians are going to facilitate knowledge creation, we’d better learn the process through which knowledge is created. Throughout the
I like having a mission. I like a solid foundation from which to spring into action and a bright goal