Monthly Archives: March 2011

What’s making me happy this week….

I am a regular listener of a podcast from NPR called Pop Culture Happy Hour, in which the hosts discuss their favorites in the realm of pop culture: books, movies, TV shows, et cetera. In that spirit, I thought I … Continue reading

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Blogging for Business Live Blog

Blogging for Business by Reference Librarian Amanda Holling 12 pm at the Charleston County Library’s Small Business & Nonprofit Networking Lunch Blogs are an inexpensive, relatively simple way to give your small business or nonprofit an active web presence. Learn … Continue reading

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Libraries and ebooks

Ebooks have over the past few years really increased in popularity mostly due to the introduction of several high quality eReaders like the Nook, Amazon’s Kindle and the iPad just to name a few. On a personal note, I purchased … Continue reading

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Interviewing Skills Webinar at RCPL

Join the Public Library Section of SCLA and SLIS’s Library and Information Science Student Association for an interviewing skills webinar! Hear advice on how to prepare for an interview and what qualities might make you stand out from the rest … Continue reading

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Do you “like” your library?

It is such an odd thing to think of whether you like your library or not? Of course we do, many tell me that they love their library. Over the past several years, many public libraries have reached out to … Continue reading

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Displaced in the STA

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to put in some hours at a busy regional branch. The Main library where I work had to be closed for a few days for repairs. The staff scheduled for that weekend headed … Continue reading

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