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Crime and mystery fiction
lris
Spending some quality time at Gustavus. My first time in their library!
I didn't know that time at Gustavus could be anything but. - Joe
Sad I am not there. But hope my colleagues treat you well (the few who are around in August!) - barbara fister
Crime and mystery fiction
laura x
33 years later, I still miss my father. Today I discovered that Grinnell has put the finding aid to his papers online: https://libweb.grinnell.edu/archive....
love to you, Laura. - Marianne
Hugs - Janet from FFHound!
<3 - Jenny H. from Android
I took classes my first year at Grinnell from your father. He was very kind to me and I learned a great deal from him He moved to Cornell the next year. - Clay Williams
What a wonderful legacy. - Megan loves summer
Thank you, all, and Clay, thank you for telling me. It means a great deal. - laura x from iPhone
lris
Dear Student Research Assistant: Unfortunately we won't be able to get that book your prof wants fast enough, but don't worry, what he wanted to do with it is illegal anyway. Love, Me.
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: Yrsa Sigudardottir – The Silence of the Sea - http://crimepieces.com/2014...
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: The Second Deadly Sin by Asa Larsson tr. Laurie Thompson - http://eurocrime.blogspot.com/2014...
Review: The Second Deadly Sin by Asa Larsson tr. Laurie Thompson
Review by Michelle. - Karen Meek
Only glancing as I'm still to read this. It's coming up soon on my TBR - Margot Kinberg
Crime and mystery fiction
I Can't Wait To Read: STUMPED by Rob Kitchin - http://kiwicrime.blogspot.com/2014...
I Can't Wait To Read: STUMPED by Rob Kitchin
thanks, for the shoutout, Craig. Hopefully it'll live up to expectation. Certainly my best book to date. - Rob
Pete
Here's the in press version of the article on free / open law I co-wrote with Sarah Glassmeyer http://shura.shu.ac.uk/8241/
12 downloads so far! - Pete
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Squee, y'all. Crunching through dissertation data, and there is actual interesting stuff in here to back up anecdatal complaints about library leadership/management. This might actually prove *useful* in terms of defining the gap so we can solve it. Hunh.
Walt Crawford
Just got email from Lars Bjørnshauge, managing director of DOAJ, with some (very) kind words for my series of OA-related articles, especially the big look at the real numbers behind Beall's list. This has made my weekend.
Walt Crawford
In case you missed it, Wayne Bivens-Tatum expanded his blog response to Beall's "OA advocates are collectivists" triple-C article into an article, just published in...triple-C. https://blogs.princeton.edu/librari...
"You should realize that when Joseph Esposito (2013) at the generally anti-open access Scholarly Kitchen blog thinks your anti-open access rant is excessive, you’ve crossed some sort of threshold." HAHAHAHAHA! - jambina
Even the abstract is making me chuckle " a rare example of reactionary rhetoric from a librarian" - Hedgehog
I'm sure rhetoricians have a complicated Greco-Latinate word for "describing the world as one would prefer it to be rather than as it is," but I'm not a rhetorician and don't know what the word is. - RepoRat
In Silicon Valley, that's called the Jobs Reality Distortion Field. But he was able to pull it off. - DJF from Android
YvonneM
Embedded in a EduTech MOOC of sorts as librarian--the instructor is very pro Google & "yay for shiny, happy tech!" So I like to post subversive links about privacy & data mining, along with the edu info. ::twirls mustache::
I <3 you most muchly. - RepoRat
Well, this is my 2nd year, and last year I'd about had it with all the "Google is great!" stuff. These are current & future teachers and they need to know the cons. Any suggestions or resources you think would help would be cool. :-) - YvonneM
Well, the BIG one in an edu-tech context is http://arstechnica.com/tech-po... Sure, they've stopped, they say -- but who the hell thought this was okay in the first place, is what I want to know! - RepoRat
Yes yes yes! Posted that to our Twitter hash tag, will post other places. I'm on G+ though (req'd 4 class), so I fear this makes me somewhat hypocritical. But, I mainly want them to be informed, since this isn't being addressed at all. On the bright side, information literacy is addressed (albeit briefly--I plan to add to that as well). They're a good group. If anyone wants the hash tag to see the convos feel free to PM me. - YvonneM
hey, if it's required, it's required. - RepoRat
So far, the response has been ::crickets:: - YvonneM
Doesn't mean you're not making an impact -- means they don't want to buck the instructor. ;) - RepoRat
I like how you think! :-) - YvonneM
laura x
Are you printing using your library card or a guest pass? Your card? Okay, so you're going to go ahead and print. It will tell you that you owe money, only you don't owe money unless it is over $1.00, in which case you have to go add money to your card at the front desk. So then you click OK. Then you go over to the print release station
which is actually just this other computer, and you reenter your library barcode and PIN. Then you select your print jobs from this list by clicking on them. Then you click Print. Then you click "Pay from AAM Allocation Account," which is the dollar a day we give you for free, only actually you have to click on the little picture/icon next to it, which is apparently a present with a bow? Then your print job should print. - laura x
Oh, a guest pass? Okay, so go ahead and print. Then it will ask if you want to send this as a guest job. Click okay. Then it will tell you how much money you owe. Take your guest pass to the front desk to pay for it. They'll release it for you, and then you come back here to pick it up. It's like aerobic exercise! - laura x
So what are the printing instructions at YOUR library like? - laura x
Okay, so select "print" from the "File" menu. Now enter your email username and password. Yes, I know you just entered it in order to log in to the computer; go ahead and enter it again. Now click "OK." Check the number of pages and the cost that it's showing you, to make sure you're not printing, like, a thousand pages. Now enter your email username and password. Yes, again. No, I... more... - Catherine Pellegrino
File-Print. Print. Go to one of MFD printers. Log in, select Release. Highlight print job, press blue button. - Pete
That only applies at campus I work in, and when you go to File-Print you *do* need to choose appropriate queue from one of two. It's still a *lot* simpler than it used to be... - Pete
Oh, I forgot to mention the part where you have to choose black and white or color and single sided or double sided. - laura x
Oh yeah there's that. Default is B&W double sided. - Pete
Ours defaults to single-sided; there is no color printing on campus for students. - Catherine Pellegrino
File-print. Print. (I'm always forgetting this step, no, seriously.) Go to a printer and put your swipe card on it to release the job. (This includes backroom staff and it drives me up the wall. I want to print and by the time I've got to the printer it's sitting there waiting for me.) - Deborah Fitchett
The only thing I hate more than explaining printing is explaining to people why their books are setting off the alarms on the gates when they check out at the self-check. - laura x
File-print. Pick double (default) or single sided printer (do not set doublesided printer to single side. Please.) Print. Go to printer and swipe card. Select from list--it tells you how much--and click Print. Assuming you have enough money on card (no freebies here) it'll print. Oh, unless you are downstairs where there are only B&W and you wanted color. Then you have to go upstairs... more... - Rebecca Hedreen
So first we have to print the file here at the computer. Oh, with Chrome it's easiest to just right-click on the webpage. OK, now walk over here to the release station and touch... oh wait, no, use the mouse to select your name. Cool, now select the jobs you want to print. now click confirm. and confirm again. Good. Hm, it didn't print. Oh, this printer is jammed. Yeah, you WOULD think... more... - Marianne
File-print. Pick the one that looks generic, the one that DOESN'T say color. When you sent it before, did it say color? That's why it said it would cost so much. Toggle the thing to the generic one. No, yes, you can toggle it. There is a more generic option. Great, now put in your email ID and password. Not the email address, just the part before the @. Excellent. Now tap or swipe your... more... - Meg VMeg
Sorry, you only need to print 1 sheet? Oh. Well, printing costs 10cents a page, and are you affiliated with the university? Oh. So you can pay 80cents to get a visitor card, but this machine for visitor cards only takes $5 bills or larger, so if you want to add $1 then you have to go downstairs. Sorry, I don't have change, you'll have to ask at the Circulation Desk. No, I can't just... more... - Meg VMeg
No, it's not actually out of paper, it just says that sometimes. - Meg VMeg
You want to print something, you say? Did you bring your student ID card? If you did you have to have money on it, because printing is 10 cents a page. If you did not, or you are a library guest, you have to buy a card. The card itself costs $1, then you have to put it back in the machine to put money on it. If you don't have bills (no it doesn't take change and it doesn't take credit cards), you can go to putmoneyonmycard.edu to apply a credit card payment to your student ID. - LibrarianOnTheLoose
Now go to one of the library computers. File-print, go to the terminal at the end of that bank over there, slide your card, select your print jobs and print. What? you wanted to print it off your laptop through the wireless? Sorry, no such luck. Or maybe you CAN do that now, I'll ask the IT guy. Oh you wanted to print color? Go back to the library computer, File-print-change printer.... more... - LibrarianOnTheLoose
You printed the wrong job or the formatting was jacked and printed weird or other printer screw up and you want your money back? I'll just print it for you and we'll call it even, ok? - LibrarianOnTheLoose
Catherine Pellegrino
Member of the Week: Marie R. Kennedy - http://www.acrl.ala.org/acrlins...
Member of the Week: Marie R. Kennedy
Look who's the ACRL Member of the Week! And she name-checks Laura X's book, too. - Catherine Pellegrino from Bookmarklet
Holy wow! Thank you, Marie! And go you! - laura x from iPhone
full of win - maʀtha
and look! it's a picture of me without food on my face! - Marie
well, that just removes half the fun - RepoRat
there could be spinach in your teeth, we can't tell - maʀtha
So awesomeness! - Jen
*dies of cute* - MoTO: #TeamMarina
Happy dance in honor of the awesomeness that is Marie! - Galadriel C. from Android
Marie is my ERL idol. - kaijsa
*waves tiny "Yay" flag* - The First NoeLB from Android
Thinking of making this an animated gif by shopping in a cheerio fang for a second about ever 20-30 seconds. Also, maybe a blink. - Joe
^ LOL - Marie from iPhone
I want to know what things Marie DOESN'T do well. She's kind of amazing. - Holly's favorite Anna
I see you, Anna. - Marie
Yay - Julian
Crime and mystery fiction
RepoRat
OH HEY look what's on the new book shelf at the SLIS library: http://www.worldcat.org/title... And look at that chapter written by our own Hedgehog Librarian!
(I wouldn't be surprised if there was more LSW involvement -- I had like five seconds to scan the ToC because conference call. If you're in the book too, speak up!) - RepoRat
Not LSWers (so far as I know), but Kim Duckett and Scott Warren are friends of mine from MFPOW -- super-smart people and all-around good eggs. - Catherine Pellegrino
I really enjoyed reading that book-totally full of smarties. Cheryl Ball (not a librarian) came to mpow to speak at a digital humanities symposium a couple years ago and I so thoroughly enjoyed talking to her and wish we worked at the same uni. - kaijsa
:D If you don't have a copy of the book but would like to read my chapter, the OA version is here http://hdl.handle.net/10027... This was a great process--the default was limited license to them. - Hedgehog
I love that the entire book, save one chapter, is available OA. So smart! - kaijsa
This tagline in INDIGO makes me laugh, though: "Items in INDIGO are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated." - Aaron the Librarian
Yeah..we're supposed to be able to mark stuff w/ a creative commons license but not sure if that has ever worked in my time there - Hedgehog from Android
Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Iris just got name checked by our instructional design candidate as being one of her inspirations.
Obviously a stellar candidate who is on the ball. - barbara fister
Clearly I should meet this Iris person. - lris from iPod
Joe
LSW: Joe
RR has a good LJ piece - Competency Lists Considered Harmful: Can We Rethink Them? | Peer to Peer Review http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2014...
Don't miss the comments; they are excellent. - RepoRat
laura x
ICPL'S Summer Bus Program Begins In June - http://www.icgov.org/apps...
"The Library will provide free rides on any Iowa City Transit bus route on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to children through 12th grade and the adult caregivers with them beginning the day after Iowa City schools dismiss until the day before school starts. Eligible bus riders will show their Iowa City Public Library card to the bus driver to gain free access to the bus." - laura x from Bookmarklet
Interesting program from the town I live in. - laura x
wow, that's really cool - lris
RepoRat
Go Big Read selects “I Am Malala” for 2014-15 - http://www.news.wisc.edu/22838
So if you were teaching library school on this campus (I KNOW, HYPOTHETICAL, RIGHT?) what classes might you use this book in, and what would you teach with it? - RepoRat from Bookmarklet
Well, anything public library or academic library as a " libraries may do a community read. " Classes with diversity in their description somewhere as appropriate. I can't think how to put it into a tech course, but that may be due to a paucity of caffeine. - Hedgehog
Information literacy. International Librarianship. The You Need to Get an Effing Clue class ;) - maʀtha
Readers Advisory - maʀtha
Could you drill a little deeper into info-lit and reader's advisory? What concepts or skills would this book scaffold most effectively? - RepoRat
Catherine Pellegrino
There really ought to be a standard waiver involved whenever disciplinary faculty co-author a scholarly manuscript with a librarian. "I acknowledge that I will be badgered about scholarly communications issues throughout the manuscript submission process..." etc.
Moira Redmond
Paskecrim - Norway's Easter crime weekend. And we have a Karin Fossum to celebrate on the blog http://clothesinbooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014...
Steele Lawman
Sometimes I feel a bit estranged from our profession, but then I encounter those people who try to control or intimidate other people by withholding or squelching information and I get all Conan the Librarian again.
video, pls - maʀtha
Megan loves summer
I'm slow in coming across "The Oberlin Group Statement on Ebooks & Libraries" http://www.oberlingroup.org/node.... I don't think I've seen it posted here yet? Lofty words. Will publishers listen?
Not until we actually stop giving them money - DJF from Android
^^^ - Galadriel C. from Android
++DJF & Galadriel C - Aaron the Librarian
We don't give them money. YAY US. Also we have no money. Boo. - barbara fister
Reminds me to poke around for more OA books to catalog. - barbara fister
maʀtha
Can we please just do away with the term B.I. once and for all? #grouse
It's like those skeumorphic icons used in software - nobody knows what it is but it's what we click on or call it. - barbara fister
I would rather call it course-integrated instruction because that is what I would rather do. :) - maʀtha
So it's like the "Save" icon being a floppy disk? - Julian
I've been out of library school for an entire decade and BI has never been part of my lingo. We learned about information literacy instruction in school, and that's what I've always called it. I do have colleagues who won't let go of BI, but I refuse to utter the phrase. - kaijsa
huh? i thought you were talking about business intelligence? - Christina Pikas
"bibliographic instruction" - RepoRat
What Kaijsa said, at least as far as the decade and never been part of my lingo. (Although I have folders in both my email and my hard drive labeled "Spring 2014 BI" etc. because it's the shortest possible way to express that concept.) - Catherine Pellegrino
Information literacy instruction works for me, or just plain instruction. BI makes my skin crawl - maʀtha
My first thought when reading the new Draft Competencies was that this SHOULD put the nail in the coffin of BI, finally? - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
The terminology will slowly wane. But, honestly, though I don't love the acronym, the original conceptualization was actually quite lofty and resonates very much with - believe it or not - the new IL Framework. #KnowYourHistory #DontConfuseTheoryWithPractice The Model Statement of Objectives for Academic Bibliographic Instruction is still one of the most compelling frameworks I've ever seen, even if the name seems archaic. - Lisa Hinchliffe
We renamed the webpages that have the forms for requesting classes and appointments last year. Both filenames had bi in them. Progress. - Rebecca Hedreen
maʀtha
RepoRat is currently kicking all kinds of ass in her patron privacy presentation, focusing on what we can do with tech (and education) to increase patron privacy
I would imagine that she is not taking names. Privacy and all. - Julian
hahahahah ha ha YES - maʀtha
I confirm that I took no names. *g* Dropped a few, though (including Francoeur's; I stole the Google Ad Settings idea). - RepoRat
Lightning Rounds coming up include John Fink and Jen Holman! - maʀtha
Oooh, Jen & co are talking about Guide on the Side - maʀtha
OMG DID YOU HEAR JOHN YELLING WHERE YOU WERE?!?!?!? - maʀtha
IT WAS KIND OF LOUD YEAH - RepoRat
DUDE, I HEARD IT ALL THE WAY DOWN HERE. - Marianne
John's pres was such a great way to end the session - great message and so very entertaining! - Jen
maʀtha
Full of love for libraryland and all of you after a really great libtech conf.
Galadriel C.
This presentation would not exist without this discussion http://friendfeed.com/lsw.... I am so grateful for LSW! - Galadriel C.
Thanks for this, Galadriel. I hope it sparks some productive discussions. - RepoRat
You're welcome and I hope so too! - Galadriel C. from Android
maʀtha
Welcome - Mobile Health Apps & Sites - Library Guides at Metropolitan State University - http://libguides.metrostate.edu/mobileh...
Welcome - Mobile Health Apps & Sites - Library Guides at Metropolitan State University
I've updated my guide about mobile health apps, mostly consumer health, all free. - maʀtha from Bookmarklet
If you know of anything really good that fits into this scope, please let me know - maʀtha
my colleagues at UNC's HSL have created a similar guide - maybe useful for you? http://guides.lib.unc.edu/mobile - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Doing an online presentation for Minitex based on this today. It has been a while since I have done anything like this, so, nervous, but it feels good to be back in the saddle. - maʀtha
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