I’ve been struck by something on library Twitter recently. I doubt that anything has changed, but i seem to be noticing this more and wanted to dig deeper into my response to it. What I’m seeing is a lot of “either for us or against us” response to criticism of libraries. A lot of what I’m […]
One of my favorite fellow librarians referenced something I wrote on Twitter the other day. Please take a second and read Meredith Farkas’ The ballad of the sad instruction librarian. Here is my response: tl:dr students not getting the best learning experience possible is the only problem worth our attention.
Today I have an opportunity to talk to my WSU library faculty colleagues about what I’m doing, now that I’m working outside of the library. Organizing my thoughts on how to update them <waves at WSU librarians> seems like a fitting context to also fill the rest of you in on what I’m currently doing […]
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How I Work When I did this before, back in 2014, I wrote: I mostly work experimentally. I change operating systems, app environments, and the media or modes I work in frequently. I work through exploring new methods and being distracted by shiny new tools or workflows. While this suits my temperament, it also means […]