Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Gray ceiling

We wouldn't have this problem in libraries, now would we?
*clears throat*

Thursday, March 09, 2006

LIS Conferences

Next year, I'll be prepared:
  • ALA Midwinter - January
  • Code4Lib - February
  • E-Resources & Libraries - March (Atlanta)
  • Information Highways - March (Toronto)
  • Computers in Libraries - March/April
  • ACRL National - March/April (2007)
  • ILF Annual - April/May
  • LOEX - May (East)
  • WILU - May (Canada) *added 3/11
  • ALA Annual - June
  • ALA Immersion - July/August
  • Library Assessment - September (Charlottesville)
  • Blog University - September
  • Web 2.0 Conference - October
  • EDUCAUSE - October
  • Internet Librarian - October
  • Brick & Click Libraries - October/ November (NW Missouri)
  • ALAO - November
More here: http://www.fiu.edu/~hastyd/lcp.html

Monday, February 13, 2006

Inventio

An online journal dedicated to "creative thinking about learning and teaching" from GMU. It has potential, but not much substance right now.

Anyone else know other good resources on developing effective teaching skills?

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Idea Store

I get it. So cool.

Friday, December 30, 2005

One Big Pond

According to Phil Bradley's weblog, the UK Government has created an e-innovations wiki to encourage discussion on local government. Meanwhile, my government plays big brother.

More proof that the internet's not good or evil by itself; it's all about how you use it.

That Pesky Job Market

According to the Dept of Labor, we librarians now have to wait until at least 2014 to see job opportunities improve. Great.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Librarians want to be free

ALA had better get their act together. I'll let Meredith explain the rest.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

OpinMind Poll

New web application OpinMind searches blogs for your keyword, then uses context clues to give it a positive or negative assignement.

The (mostly frivoulous) statistics are in:
1) 68% of bloggers have a positive view of the library;
2) But this falls short of Google's 73% approval rating.

Note: results are not edited for profanity.