Monthly Archive: July 2010

Jul 27

Library Day in the Life – Round 5

Today, Monday 26th July, 2010 was Round 5 in the Library Day in the Life, where librarians around the globe write about what they did. Its a snapshot in the working life of librarians and builds an amazing picture of the wider ranging work that librarian’s do. So anyway, here’s my contribution to the big …

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Jul 24

Reader’s Advisory on the rise?

Within a couple of days, I had two people at our library, ask me to recommend a good read.  Not a rare thing in a public library, but on reflection and as I was reading Redefining Reader’s Advisory: Kissing Cousins in Library Journal (which by the way, is well worth a read), I realised that …

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Jul 10

An unexpected discovery

I posted a little while ago about how the National Library of Australia was going to be archiving Connecting Librarian as part of the Pandora Archive. Well they don’t muck about! Like many others out there, I have a vanity search on my name and my blog, using Google Alerts. This arrived in my email …

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