This is a short clip from the 2015 ALA Annual Conference that just wrapped up in San Francisco. Joshua Davis suggests that libraries have a wonderful opportunity to fill the gaps in education by providing informal hands-on educational opportunities. I couldn’t agree with this more. This is what I call “finding a hole and filling… Continue reading Public libraries have unique opportunities
The rest of the #txla15 conference was a blast. I made some great connections for what we hope will be a second year for ‘Bots and Books. I didn’t go on Friday because I couldn’t stand to be away from my kids for another day. So Thursday night was my big finale with the Book… Continue reading Another successful TLA Conference
It is possible that I am finally at a point where I am happy with my TLA presentation. I think that means that I should slowly walk away from it. This is my first time as a presenter. Please tell me this isn’t true! via PhD Comics
What? The 2015 Symposium on LIS Education is a two day student-led event, facilitated by LIS students, for LIS students. The Symposium will bring together students, LIS educators, and practitioners to critically examine current practices in LIS education programs. As a group, participants will identify and brainstorm solutions to current challenges facing LIS education. The… Continue reading 2015 Symposium on LIS Education ~ April 10-11
Well, I won’t really be going that far, actually. Just up the street, really. But I am so excited because this year I will be a first-time presenter at TLA’s Annual Conference here in Austin. I will be on a panel with Cesar Garza of the Austin Public Library and Virginia Gause of The University… Continue reading TLA 2015… Here I come!