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Thing 16: Talk about Your Library

We have the chance to talk about our libraries every day.  We can direct the neighbour to resources at the library when having one of those over-the-fence conversations about rose … Continue reading

10/24/2011 · Leave a comment

Thing 15: Get ye to a conference

Conferences, seminars, workshops abound. There are many conferences offered in any given year, such as: Canadian Library Association Special Libraries Association Super Conference: OLA British Columbia Library Association Alberta Library … Continue reading

10/24/2011 · Leave a comment

Thing 14: Organizing references . . . the bane of my existence

Citing and organizing both small and large reference lists and bibliographies can be daunting. I first learned Endnote while completing the M.L.I.S. program at the University of Western (Newly rebranded … Continue reading

10/24/2011 · Leave a comment

Thing 13: Google Docs and Wikis

Google Docs: Collaborating Instructing college and university students using engaging and active learning processes can be punctuated with the use of Google Docs. For a couple of years now I … Continue reading

10/24/2011 · 1 Comment

Thing 12: The social in social networking

Consider the role of social media in building up networks and developing a sense of community as a slow-cooker type of process. I collected and prepared some basic raw ideas … Continue reading

10/19/2011 · Leave a comment

Thing 10: Master’s Degree and Certifications

Another week in my adventures with 23 Things for Professional Development brings me to consider master’s degrees, certifications, and other designations that support my profession, add to my body of … Continue reading

08/05/2011 · Leave a comment

Thing 9: Evernote

I am overwhelmed with the power and potential of this online tool –  Evernote. Yes, I can capture anything. Yes, I can access it from anywhere. Yes, I can search through … Continue reading

08/05/2011 · Leave a comment