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The benefits of using Microsoft Teams for research consultations and chat reference

Over the past few weeks, I’ve conducted 8 scheduled research consultations and answered 2 chat questions via Microsoft Teams. This is approximately 30 percent of the 27 patron reference transactions that I have personally recorded since school resumed on March… Continue Reading →

A great book on remote work is now free!

One of my favorite books about remote work, The Year Without Pants, is now free on Amazon Kindle at the request of the author, Scott Berkun.   You don’t need a Kindle to read it, just the Kindle app and an… Continue Reading →

How to add Microsoft Teams chat links to your Libguide and Libcal

Now that we’re working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty, staff, and [sometimes] students are encouraged to use Microsoft Teams for chats, calls, and meetings. To help faculty and students connect directly to their librarian, we have added… Continue Reading →

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… Continue Reading →

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