ACRL 2009: Seattle here were come!

My colleagues Serin, Carole and I had our presentation to ACRL 2009 accepted. I’m pretty excited, especially seeing as how national conferences are a real crap-shoot (gaming reference) and there are a LOT of quality ideas that don’t get the chance to be voiced at these. Well, we got lucky this time. Here is what […]

LOEX of the West

Here I am in glorious Las Vegas. Of course I’m living in a dorm and staying up late editing a paper with an eye to the deadline, so while I am experiencing deja vu, it sadly isn’t of Dionysian revelry. I’m giving my presentation on Portal and the analysis of video games with an eye […]

a sign of a great conference presentation

You can tell when you’ve attended a great conference presentation when someone in the audience admits that the talk has sparked an ontological crisis and caused him to question who he is. I attended such a presentation today at LOEX of the West. Kate Groenmeyer and Anne Marie Dietering gave a talk tilted: Peer Review […]