Is it worth coming to the office?

I'm currently reading Remote:  Office Not Required.  From page 47: Worth counting too is the number of days you spend emailing someone who only sits three desks away.  People go to the office all the time and act as though they are working remotely:  emailing, instant messaging, secluding themselves to get work done.  At the... Continue Reading →

Uncommon Learning in the Information Commons

On Friday, August 12, I attended the Ohio Private Academic Libraries (OPAL) 2011 Annual Conference.  The theme was "Uncommon Learning in the Information Commons."  This was my second time I've been invited to the OPAL conference, and I had a great time.  I found the sessions useful, and I enjoy learning from others about how... Continue Reading →

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