Of course, lovely collapsing menu CSS used by our systems librarian on new(-ish) webdesign does NOT work in IE9. 7, yes; 8, yes; 10, yes; Firefox, yes; Chrome, yes; Safari, yes; IE9, no. And what is the most commonly used browser on campus?
My university's final exam schedule announcement email this morning contained something I'm assuming is an untranslated ascii code--unfortunately, given the subject matter, that code is "¨" at the beginning of each line. Does anyone happen to have a more complete listing of ascii and/or know what this was supposed to be?
So I'm writing up my "teaching philosophy" for my promotion file--we go through the same process as the teaching faculty--and I'd really like to call it something else because, you know, I'm a librarian. THERE IS NO VERB FOR WHAT WE DO! I now have a document titled '"Librarian-ing" Philosophy'.
Dear first year student, if you had actually been to my office several times, you really should have seen the calendar with my office hours and reference desk schedule on it, and not had to email me complaining that you can't find me.
An ILS professor who formerly used Delicious in her classes does not like the new service/interface. Does anyone have a recommendation for a link saving/bookmarking service that would generally be easy to teach to ILS students, but robust enough for students to do interesting things with APIs, etc.
Oh, collective wisdom! I have a memory a hypothetical scholarly publishing model where articles would be posted in repositories and "journals" would select content for peer review and publishing. I thought of it as the "HuffPo" model, but that might not be right. Does anyone have any recollection of such a thing? I can't find it anywhere.