Cross posted from Just One More Page, my library blog. Givens Cataloging in Swaziland A project and paper I did for class. It was a great experience!
Two and one half years ago I found myself needing a career. My husband of 26 years had left and I had to support myself. I immediately landed a third part-time job at 2nd & Charles, a used book store, which put me on the path to library school. I am now in my last … Continue reading Surviving Grad School: or anything else
Peaceful Polemics Online by Tim Challies I did not set out to link to two Challies articles in two days, these just crossed my path like that. This article was in this month's Tabletalk magazine, (a devotional magazine I have been reading for several years... highly recommended). The basic premise of the article is that … Continue reading Peaceful Polemics Online
Don't Tweet that Sermon! by Tim Challies I have mentioned before how much I've appreciated Tim Challies' writing; in fact I have another article by him that I am planning to post also. I ran across this one this afternoon, and as usual he got me thinking about technology and how it is changing our everyday lives. … Continue reading Don’t Tweet that Sermon! by Tim Challies
As I mentioned in my previous post, the semester, and LS560 in particular, is coming to an end. As I described the class projects, I thought about how far I have come and how much I have learned. Learning HTML has helped me on this blog... I understand what I am seeing when I look … Continue reading Reflections on IT Literacy/Fluency
The semester is coming to a close. Allow me to take a moment to tell you about the projects from LS560. A later blog post will include my personal reflections. I have learned quite a bit about Information Technology these last few months. I created a hand tagged website using HTML, starting with nothing but … Continue reading Information Technology Class Projects
This past week I took the Briggs Myers’ personality test for a class. I have to admit that I was skeptical going in. How could a quick free test really show my personality type? My understanding is that this not a truly scientific definitive test, and I know several people who score differently on it … Continue reading My Briggs Myers Test