I learned tonight that some days, after some meetings, it takes 5 hours of knitting to make the world seem livable again.
I’ve been reading an absolutely fantastic article (Elmborg’s “Information Literacy and Writing Across the Curriculum”) and a slightly less fantastic article (Shapiro’s “Information Literacy as a Liberal Art”). And it’s gotten me thinking back to my first months as a librarian here, when my supervisor brought James Elmborg here to talk to us for an
Thomson Gale is probably one of the most recognized names in library and reference resources, but the day before yesterday Thomson Corporation announced that it would be selling off it’s Thomson Learning business as of January 1st, 2007. Here’s what they say: The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) today announced a realignment of operations
The Web Services Group at my college has developed a Content Management System that the whole college has been using for a couple of years. Last year the library migrated over to this system (and instantly became the “power users” on campus), and just the day before yesterday the current version was released as a