Archive for the tag "library website"
For the past couple of years I’ve been wearing two main hats at my job: one as an information literacy librarian and the other as a lead on a collegewide pedagogical grant. I’ve had several opportunities to connect the two, which I think strengthens both my library and my grant work. This year the connection [...]
ACRLog welcomes a guest post from Marcia Dority Baker, the Access Services Librarian at the University of Nebraska College of Law, Schmid Law Library. One of the great things about being an academic librarian at a law college is the ability to interact with a variety of departments. One such opportunity is a work in [...]
ACRLog welcomes a guest post from Jane-Rebecca Cannarella, a student at Arcadia University in Philadelphia who completing is her Masters with a focus in School Library Media Specialty. Finding the right technology to use in the library, particularly the kind of devices that will best suit the largest number of patrons, can be an arduous [...]
This month’s post in our series of guest academic librarian bloggers is by Julia Skinner, a first year Information Studies doctoral student at Florida State University. She blogs at Julia’s Library Research. I just finished my MLS, and one of the issues raised frequently both in and out of the classroom was how to get [...]