Our very own Mark Puterbaugh is a rock star in the librarian profession. He recently returned from Trondheim, Norway after presenting at the Emerging Technologies in Academic Libraries conference (emtacl ’12). Mark […]
Is there something to “The Information Diet”?
Back in January, I read an interesting interview on NPR.org with Clay Johnson, author of the book The Information Diet. He claims that like too much sugar and fat are harmful to […]
What is a BI?
You may have heard us librarians talking about BIs. No, it isn’t some kind of medical procedure librarians undergo. Rather, it stands for bibliographic instruction. A key component to the librarian profession […]
Life as a Librarian: Post #2- Maybe not the most glamorous of tasks….
Post #2 in our “Life as a Librarian” series addresses the task of cataloging and classification. Not the most glamorous of library tasks, but by far, one of the more important ones. […]
I just returned from the national conference of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). It was a lot of fun and very informative. This week’s blog post highlights a few […]
Librarians ♥ Conferences
It’s conference season for librarians! You wouldn’t believe how many library-related conferences happen every year. There are, of course, the big ones like American Library Association, Medical Library Association, Association of College […]
Post #1: A day in the life of an academic librarian
This week I decided to start a new series: “A day in the life of an academic librarian”. Each post will highlight a different activity that Warner librarians dedicate their time to […]