Do any of you have a written document re: process for the outreach/instruction you do when your library gets a new database/digital content resource? E.g., write announcement that goes to faculty newsletter, schedule at least one hands-on workshop, offer an online session, schedule office hours highlighting, etc.?
OK, now that winners have been announced, the # of applicants to ER&L scholarship who said their school has 0 ER classes is depressing. How can ER not even rate a special topic? Maybe they were too narrow (serials, UX, digital might overlap but not be called ER) but still.
Campus marketing just launched the new university Homepage. It is *Entirely and explicitly* marketing and recruitment. They've created a new homepage (with a stupidly, formerly well-marketed name that meant something different) for people who actually work or attend here, or need actually university information. I feel so 1997.
Went into the clinic lab to get another round of blood drawn. Two hours later, as I'm having coffee with daughter, get a call aboutthe lab results... some changes from last week... oh by the way, we need you to go to the ER at the main hospital. Gulp!
Patron is looking for a book or books on manga layout and how stories are told. There are tons of books about how to draw characters, but I am not finding anything quite like what he's looking for. I'd even appreciate ideas about HOW to search, other than [layout manga] [history manga]. Thanks much!