more notes from arlis pasadena

On Saturday, after a very early ARLIS/Ohio Valley meeting, I was able to attend more sessions and lectures. First up was The Evolution of Art Reference and Instruction: Outreach, Overlay, Online. Here are my notes from that great group of speakers: Assessing Online Reference Services through ARLIS’ Information Competencies for…

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notes from arlis pasadena

The first full day of ARLIS/NA Pasadena was rather busy! I spent the morning attend Rebecca Feind’s (Librarian for Art and Design, San Jose State University) and Kathy Clarke’s (Librarian, James Madison University) workshop Crafting Assessment Questions: Creating the Tools to Assess Information Literacy Objectives for Art and Design. The…

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library 2020

This afternoon I sat in on Joseph Janes‘ The Library in 2020: Visions of the Future of Libraries. Though it was essentially a book promo (Library 2020 due out in July), a lot of interesting points were raised by the book’s chapter authors. What will endure? What makes up “library”…

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sorry diigo, i’m leaving you

I never thought I’d do this, but I’m leaving Diigo. I haven’t deactivated my account just yet, but I’ve weaned myself from this 20th century social bookmarking site because I’ve discovered a 21st century one – Scoop.It!. Dr. Steve Matthews’ post Personalized Professional Development? Scoop.It! led me to explore the service. I have…

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