Humble attempt at an infographic…

JamesLibraryInfographicSp13

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I’m featured on the RCC website…

Check it out here.

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Rutgers’ Institute of Jazz Studies!

Read more about Dana Library’s Jazz Archives Fellowship program here.

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Super Cool Infographic – it’s hard to be mad at that…

How College Students Find and Use Information (infographic)

Courtesy of www.projectinfolit.org

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Infographic CV

View my profile page on re.vu!

It’s still a work in progress and pretty spartan but this is a neat tool! Free and easy…can’t be mad at that.

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Open Access Explained!

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Originally posted on The World of Special Olympics:

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John Franklin Stephens

The following is a guest post in the form of an open letter from Special Olympics athlete and global messenger John Franklin Stephens to Ann Coulter after this tweet during last night’s Presidential debate.

Dear Ann Coulter,

Come on Ms. Coulter, you aren’t dumb and you aren’t shallow.  So why are you continually using a word like the R-word as an insult?

I’m a 30 year old man with Down syndrome who has struggled with the public’s perception that an intellectual disability means that I am dumb and shallow.  I am not either of those things, but I do process information more slowly than the rest of you.  In fact it has taken me all day to figure out how to respond to your use of the R-word last night.

I thought first of asking whether you meant to describe the President as someone who was bullied…

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NCLA’s “Assessment Beyond Statistics” Mini-Conference – 11/2

I’m looking forward to this one day conference in a couple of weeks…

It’s hard to be mad at interesting, inexpensive professional conferences where innovative librarians are presenting. It’s even harder to be mad when you have the day off and the conference is right down the road.

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The Peer Review Process in 8 Steps

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cearthur:

Reference is alive and kicking in my corner of LibraryLand.

Originally posted on Hack Library School:

A few days ago, I stopped by the class of the freshly-minted new cohort of my program to say hello to them on behalf of a professional organization I work with, and to invite them to join and/or attend an upcoming event. It took all of ten minutes, no big deal. I got there a little early, and took the opportunity to spend a few minutes eavesdropping on a new variant of a class I was in this time last year. It’s a standard sort of foundational course about understanding patron groups and their needs, information seeking behavior, that kind of thing. And it’s always interesting to see how a different teacher would teach the same class. But this was more than a difference of teaching style — this seemed to be a totally different course.

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