Professors and librarians often play very complimentary roles. In talking with my friend Steve, who’s a professor, he mentioned our roles can often be like the roles of good cop and bad cop (with librarians being the good cop of course). Professor’s give out assignments. They grade and judge students. They make students, gasp, work […]
Every year we have a library retreat at the Inn at Shelburne Farms. It’s a really relaxing, reflective environment and it’s always productive. This week, one of the conversations that we were having out there centered on our service philosophy and how we go about serving our users. This meant serving them in person, via […]
Bryan Alexander, a Senior Fellow for the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), sums up very well in the video below a lot of the debates and issues that are going on around the use of mobile devices. These are a few that jumped out at me: Developing for mobile devices With the introduction of […]
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