• Archive for June, 2010

    • The Fiske Report

      June 23, 2010 | 5 comments

      by Ellie Collier Introduction I have a soft spot in my heart for library history. I credit my library history classes for making me the academic librarian I am today. They taught me more about critical thinking, how to do research, and how to navigate an academic library than the rest of my program combined. […]

    • My Maverick Bar: A Search for Identity and the “Real Work” of Librarianship

      June 9, 2010 | 7 comments

      by Kim Leeder Summer Interlude Three years, twenty committees, twelve hundred instruction sessions, forty thousand monograph purchases, and half a million reference questions later, I’m at the point in this librarian job where I have enough experience to know how to get things done, and also enough to wonder, “What exactly am I doing?” The […]

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