Monthly Archives: July 2010

#LibDay5 A Day in the Life of Librarians

Many libraries this week are posting about their daily activies as a snapshot project called LibDay, which is the reason for the cryptic hashtag in the title of this post.  I am not yet a librarian by job title but … Continue reading

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Frustrated by DRM and Libraries

I am a frustrated user of e-books and audiobooks. I have an iPod so I can listen to audiobooks. I did check out one using the downloadable audio at my library but I had to free up a good bit … Continue reading

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ALA Rewind

Since I didn’t take notes at the conference, I am going to attempt to recap the week’s events. I trekked to Washington, D.C. with six other SLIS grad student from USC(that’s University of South Carolina to all of you foreigners!). … Continue reading

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First ALA Annual Experience…

Now that I have completed my first experience at a national ALA conference, I wanted to share some thoughts on what I learned. I made some of the common newbie mistakes along the way even though I was told not … Continue reading

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