Tag Archives | Library Resources

Is There a Library Ecology

I would like to think that there is a library ecology. Well, let’s talk about the blather. We say there is an information ecology. A library ecology. We are only as strong as each other. We share. We value open access and shared resources. Blah, blah, blah… Then we watched as school libraries closed. No […]

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It’s Not What You Say…

Over the next few weeks we will be unveiling a new website with new resources and more information. Our connections with social media will be better integrated and coordinated. The blog will also have a new look and distribution. However, the content and tone of the blog will be largely unchanged. A few months ago I […]

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Three Major Misperceptions About Our Future…

In a recent editorial, Rick Anderson stated the rather obvious about a “crisis” in research librarianship. Or so I thought… (See his editorial here) He said: Perception matters more than reality. May I add that this is especially true when assessing our utility and future prospects. But is this news to anyone? Patrons generally do […]

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