Monthly Archives: February 2011

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day

Here in my “new life” of being solely a librarian dedicated to information literacy provision, I am finding that my previous experiences in corporate & academic environments are standing me in very good stead. I am also finding that the … Continue reading

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Yelling at my computer

Prior to the ALIA Information Online Conference and Exhibition, I took ages to create the pre-conference survey for the mentoring program I ran at the conference. I was stressed, I was pulling my hair out, I was convinced it was … Continue reading

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All the library ladies!

So I found myself in front of a lecture theatre full of new students yesterday. I had no pointy clicky thing. I didn’t really know how the lectern insanity worked. I had two colleagues with me, but I’d been in … Continue reading

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I heart my PLN

I miss my PLN. I met a lot of them IRL last week at #ALIAioc and since I got back to reality I have been far too slammed to even think about doing much connecting online, and also possibly a … Continue reading

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Is any job better than no job?

I have had so little time to catch up on my personal emails over the last couple of weeks, but today I saw a subject title from the ALA NMRT list that grabbed me: Is any job better than no … Continue reading

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I had an epiphany. Blogs are meant to be imperfect. They are a place for perpetual drafts. Therefore I will stop waiting until I have “time” to write my blog, and I will put things up here briefly and quickly … Continue reading

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