- 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.
Category Archives: organizational tools
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
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. … Continue reading
if you have a spreadsheet with geographic data in it and you want to make a map, quick-like, check out batchgeo.com. you copy your spreadsheet and paste it into the browser, choose a few options, and then BAM, map. the … Continue reading
you guys know i’ve been a fan of lovelycharts.com for making a quick flow chart but i was just introduced to gliffy and prefer it. you can save 5 diagrams on your free account and it integrates with google docs … Continue reading
we came up with a list of major tasks that needed to be completed so that my library’s electronic resource program is thorough, with a focus on responding to patron needs; the task list is 113 items long. something that … Continue reading