News from Wednesday, July 11

100 Helpful Blogs For School Librarians (And Teachers) – Lots of great ideas for blogs to follow plus links to more on Twitter and Pinterest. Pima County Libraries add seeds … Continue Reading →


News from Monday, July 9

Southamption University library: the resource revolution will be digitised – such a bold and necessary undertaking. From Lisle to Libertyville, libraries are striving to make the best possible use of … Continue Reading →


News from the weekend of July 7-8

The American Library Association’s social activism – I started out liking this short piece by Emily Whitten. She begins with a sweet anecdote about a father and daughter who are … Continue Reading →


News from Tuesday, July 3

July 4 screwed up my week. In a good way. I gave myself permission to do nothing (aside from work, that is) and it was great. So, today, Friday, July 6, … Continue Reading →


News from Monday, July 2

Push Comes to Shove: Japan’s E-book Market in 2012 – An interesting look at Japan e-book (non) market with some good suggestions on what publishers should do next. Princeton library … Continue Reading →


Weekend of June 30- July 1 News

I finally got back online on Sunday to read the news. I think I actually started to go through withdrawal.   Infographic: Ontario Council of University Libraries: “Ask a Librarian” … Continue Reading →


What I read yesterday

The Matter of the Masters:  So what happens when we learn how to do more with less? I certainly hope it doesn’t mean I won’t have a job when I … Continue Reading →


In which my worlds collide

I love me some Dr. Who, especially #10. The library (any library!) is my favorite place in the world. Imagine an entire world as a library (minus the scary creatures) … Continue Reading →