Marie Kennedy on May 13th 2013
Classes are over for this academic semester, grades are in, and now it’s time to … WORK FAST. During the semester we try to keep our e-resources as stable as possible, so that students have the same experience every time they use a resource. Think of it as a slooooow dance step. When the students are no longer engaged in research our e-resources staff move quick, quick, to make any needed changes to platforms, URLs, and title lists. We’ve only got one week before the summer session begins.
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Marie Kennedy on May 9th 2013
A: review their web presence, realize it is outdated and not currently organized, and spearhead the revision of said web presence.
A2: slowly realize the amount of work you’ve agreed to coordinate. sigh, get started.
A3: affirm that the members of your committee/group are fantastic and quite helpful during the crowd-sourced revision process.
A4: celebrate that you are really, truly now part of the committee/group.
P.S. The NISO SUSHI work room will soon look different than it does now.
(sweet image found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/78855484@N03/7223384344/)
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Marie Kennedy on May 8th 2013
look at these awesome folder-pocket-file thingies. there’s so much potential space in them! and they keep my articles-to-read that i lug from one place to another tidy, in order, uncrumpled.
i do only have two new ones at the moment. perhaps i need more. does the office supply store staples have gift certificates? if so, my birthday is in july.
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Marie Kennedy on May 7th 2013
HiddenLA posted this photo on their facebook page. Naturally, I had to share it with you!
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Marie Kennedy on May 6th 2013
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Marie Kennedy on Apr 21st 2013
Because sometimes usage statistics of e-content brings about more questions than they answer.
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