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OK, a change of pace from the verbose rhetoric. Some of you may know I teach digital libraries at Syracuse. I put this together to explain the link between participatory librarianship and digital libraries. A lot of this is discussed … Continue reading
OK, I never got all the work up with the Annoyed Librarian at Library Journal’s site. Of course, that was before I was written up. It appears the Annoyed Librarian isn’t a big proponent of Reference Extract. That’s fine. Saying … Continue reading
Today Robert Taylor passed away. Bob has had an immense impact on the field of library and information science. He was the dean at Syracuse who transformed the library science program into the School of Information Studies. He is also … Continue reading
Registration (free) is now open for “Multilingual, Multinational: Best Practices in Cooperative Reference” where I will be presenting Reference Extract. You can register for it on this page: https://www3.oclc.org/app/ala_registration/
A few weeks back I did a talk for IMLS to state libraries. The title of the presentation was “Obligations and Opportunities.” An introductory point of the presentation was that in these days of economic hardship libraries are more needed, … Continue reading