Having submitted my letter of resignation, managed a decent phone interview, scheduled stop service of all my utilities, and booked a moving truck, TGIF MY FRIENDS. Tonight it’s chips and salsa and True Blood.
Wherein your local tumblarian goes super nerdy/theoretical on making library metadata more awesome.
Here is another music post, this time from Guy Durosier et son orchestre. If you are Haitian, I am convinced both your parents and grandparents know, or at least are familiar, with this song. If you are not Haitian, this is still a wonderful piece to listen to, recorded in Haitian Creole in the late 1950s.
Tumblr is the best sometimes.
China has been accused of using fake social media accounts accounts to spread pro-Chinese propaganda, but it’s not the only one.
Oh hey, #infolit
Suggestions needed/welcome. I’m working on curriculum mapping for information literacy/library instruction at my new job. We’re trying to incorporate library instruction across programs so that students graduate with at least a basic understanding of information literacy, but also with skills that will help them in the future. Has anyone ever done this? What suggestions do you have?
Do you circulate tablets at your library? What’s your experience with it been like?
OK, who wants my job!? Tumblarians with corporate/special research experience, get to it!
the end of boy, snow, bird got wonky to the point of losing its spell y/n?