data-driven strategizing for tiny libraries
I really need to upgrade this version of WordPress but I only remember when I am making a post and so I am busy. I did take the time, with other VLA members (Heidi! Helen! Sarah!) of redesigning the Vermont Library Association website. It was a great project, still a little bit in process, but [...]
Why sourcing photos matters – how misattribution is amplified on the web
I wrote an article for Computers in Libraries last week about the PicPedant account on twitter and the odd preponderance/problem of unsourced images flying around the internet. This is just a true thing about how the internet works and people have been misattributing things since forever. However, there’s a new wrinkle in this process where [...]
2013 in libraries
I tracked the libraries that I visited this year, like every year. I have also done this in 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. Ten years ago I did a short list of library visits where I actually reviwed the places I’d been. Ah to have that much free time! I went to thirty-eight different libraries [...]
- Jan 02, 2014 2013 reading list, a year end summary
- Jan 01, 2014 2013 in libraries
- Dec 21, 2013 Welcome Seven Days Readers
- Nov 14, 2013 Fair! Google Books case dismissed.
- Nov 11, 2013 We remember: Army special services librarians
- Nov 06, 2013 elbow grease and geocoding – making a map of Vermont’s public libraries
- Oct 10, 2013 Why digital literacy should include privacy education.
- Oct 03, 2013 unfashionable libraries
- Sep 23, 2013 The annual banned books week roundup for 2013