- Marie Kennedy is the Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. This blog is about organization, librarianship, and sometimes monkeys and/or bananas.
Author Archives: Marie Kennedy
We have an initiative at the library to help our students spend less money on texts used in classes, called the Course Adopted Texts (CATs) E-Book Initiative. Our Librarian for Collection Development and Evaluation works with the campus bookstore to … Continue reading
Roller, Margaret R., and Paul J. Lavrakas. 2015. Applied Qualitative Research Design: A total quality framework approach. New York: Guilford Press. If you’re interested in making sure that your qualitative research is trustworthy, and that your methods section doesn’t include … Continue reading
ALA Publishing has a real nice (and short) written interview up with me and Cheryl on their website, about our book Marketing Your Library’s Electronic Resources: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians, at http://www.alaeditions.org/blog/297/interview-marie-r-kennedy-and-cheryl-laguardia-effectively-promoting-electronic-resources. Here’s a little snippet from the interview: … Continue reading
I posted previously about the sounds I like to listen to when I’m writing. Based on your recommendations I added quite a bit to add to the rotation. I am smitten with Moby’s Long Ambients (http://moby.com/la1/) – thanks for the … Continue reading
I think a lot about the accessibility of our library’s licensed e-resources. Sure, if there’s not already a clause in a license agreement about compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, we request that it be added. But what does … Continue reading
*E-resources librarians around the world nod in agreement* This one’s for you, folks! http://stripgenerator.com/strip/1090289/if-platform-upgrade-emails-were-truthful/ More monkey comics at http://orgmonkey.stripgenerator.com.