Monthly Archives: October 2010

Halloween Post, 2010

               Happy Halloween to everyone. I hope you have someone in your life that gets excited about the sweet prospects that today brings. It’s only one day a year, after all, when we get to wake up dreaming of all … Continue reading

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Quick Hits for October

               Hope you’ve been enjoying the foliage. Autumn really is the best time to live in New England, isn’t it? Now that the driving and anti-texting law is in full effect, we can all go back to enjoying the ride … Continue reading

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About the AV Usage Survey

               A great big “thank you” to everyone who has already returned the AV Usage Survey I placed in your mailboxes last week. It’s printed on a sheet of goldenrod paper, so it should stand out from your other mail. … Continue reading

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Random recommendations

               While this is the time of the year when I’ve usually given up on trying to read books, I’m pushing myself to finish Super Searchers go to School, Literacy Online and The Elements of Library Research, so I can … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Freshman Orientation

               I just reread what I wrote last year  about my talk during freshman orientation, and I think it’s close enough to the script that I still use. So far, this year, I’ve already talked to more than a dozen … Continue reading

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