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What I Read: Fall Edition

Advertisements I have done a lot of reading the last couple of months. A very eclectic mix. Time for another round up…Enjoy! Happier Now: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments (Even the Difficult Ones) by Nataly Kogan Happier Now by Nataly Kogan...

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Letting Down My Hair

Advertisements     There was a librarian who walked into a bar…To be more accurate it was a pool hall. No this is not a bad joke, its a true story. I had just joined my husband for our weekly nine-ball league (Librarians do have a life...

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Change is Scary…the first 90 days in a new leadership position

How I Got Here

Crash Course on Creativity in the Workplace

Personal Learning Networks

Two years later…

Advertisements Hi! It sure has been a while hasn’t it? My last post was made in June…2013. So what have I been doing? Working on a new book! Best STEM Resources for NextGen Scientists: The Essential Selection and User’s Guide should be released in late...

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Blatant Self Promotion..or Yay! I have been published

Advertisements Marketing Your Library:Tips and Tools That Work, 2012. Edited by Carol Smallwood, Vera Gubnitskaia and Kerol Harrod,231 (7×10) pages, $55 softcover, introduction, foreword, photos, appendices, index, ISBN 978-0-7864-6543-9; Ebook ISBN 978-0-7864-8995-4 “Provides the tools required to make your library’s message a front page story”-Flo Caddell,...

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V is for Vuvox

Advertisements http://www.vuvox.com/collage_express/collage.swf?collageID=0248a41d61 I love Vuvox. It is a free tool available on the internet for creating interactive collages. This is a great resources for educators, librarians, and writers. You can use it to market a program, teach a lesson, or even incorporate a digital booktalk...

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F is for Fireworks!

E is for Everybody Wins!

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