Category Archives: writing

Creating Quiet

When I do deep thinking or writing I have to have a certain environment for myself, or it’s just not gonna happen. I’m not one of those people who can have the radio on in the background, or be in … Continue reading

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Celebratory organization looks a little different these days

The other day in the office I opened the wrong file cabinet and was confronted with so many hanging folders. I hadn’t been in that file cabinet in a while and looking at those folders reminded me of the way … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Personal Networks of Novice Librarian Researchers

Have you ever written something you’re really excited about? That was my mood while writing our latest article, “The evolution of the personal networks of novice librarian researchers.” Why so excited, you ask? It’s the first time in our field … Continue reading

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Walking the Walk: Starting Up and Cultivating Two Open Access Journals in LIS

Joe Kraus and I gave a presentation at the recent Electronic Resources & Libraries conference. We had great audience participation and really enjoyed talking to attendees about impetus and workflow issues. Here are our slides from the presentation: Walking the … Continue reading

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Theresa Rooney reviews our book!

Here’s a snippet from the review. As with other “How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians” titles in the series, the authors walk the reader through each part of the process of developing a marketing plan in a detailed and thorough manner, from … Continue reading

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Liz Jennings reviews our book!

Lizz Jennings. “Book Review: Marketing Your Library‚Äôs Electronic Resources“. July 2013, Ariadne Issue 71. Here’s a snippet from the book review: As an e-resources librarian, I work much more with the resources than the customer, and I was a little … Continue reading

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