National Coffee Day? I’ll take it!
An unintended long absence, which has been filled with many projects (which will surely be described & linked here soon), travel, and transitioning into a new role as the Manager of Digital Initiatives at the Newport Historical Society this month.
It’s hard to shake the old habit of the academic year, and September always feels like back-to-school time for me. Learning new skills in a new working environment makes it even more so this year. Looking forward to sharing that with you here!
A novel way to celebrate books and life.
This is pretty fun.
No one asked you to be happy. Get to work.
5 Things Thursday: Rare Materials, Archivists and Archives, OCLC
Here are five more things:
- OCLC Research Quarterly Highlights (Issue 13) is now available and features interesting articles on digital preservation and Rangananthan as well as scholarly records.
- Archivally Correct talks about changes for visitors at the National Archives.
- Some great presentations from the Women Archivists Roundtable.
- Standard Citation Forms for Rare Materials Cataloging are…
Always look forward to 5 Things Thursday!
MORTON — About 100 “golden tickets” have been hidden on page 90 in books at the Morton Public Library.Each ticket is good for a prize,
Each ticket is good for a prize, either a library tote bag, cup of coffee or hot cocoa or bottle of water.
The scavenger hunt is part of a year-long celebration of the library’s 90th anniversary.
“We’re trying to come up with creative ways to commemorate the anniversary without having a lot of money to spend,” said John Howard, the library’s technology coordinator and head of the 90th anniversary committee made up of six staff members.A fun and inexpensive way to celebrate your library.
Love this idea!