Professional Philosophies

I needed to update my CV, and in doing so, I added some professional philosophies. Information Ethics I support the Library Code of Ethics, the entirety of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, and the public’s Freedom to Read and Freedom of Information. Diversity and Inclusion Hatred and…

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Come work with us: two Technical Services positions

We’re hiring, and the librarians agreed that 2017 was a good time to try hiring differently. We rewrote our job descriptions and ads from scratch, with a different focus on who we are, and what we require in colleagues. We’re excited. This is a new approach to hiring, for us…

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The Freedom Series

Over the last two years, I have felt a developing sense of unease about what our current college students do and do not understand about their freedoms and rights — and the freedoms and rights of their fellow citizens. We’ve been working through racial tensions, a campus hate crime, with…

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Don’t scare your audience, dear.

Are you going to be at Midwinter in January? Are you intrigued, concerned, or terrified by the thought of “the future of Technical Services”? Do you like hearing me talk? Or want to meet me? Then come. Re-envisioning “Technical Services” to Transform Libraries: Identifying Leadership and Talent Management Practices Friday,…

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The Horde’s results

My interns presented their exhibits to a group of librarians, faculty, and campus colleagues today. I couldn’t be prouder of them. At least one of them is going into a library grad program following graduation, and all four of the others hope and plan to.  (They’re not all seniors, so…

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