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July 10, 2012

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This is What a Librarian Looks Like

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Feb 10, 2012

Eva Dodsworth’s Getting Started with GIS

We congratulate Eva Dodsworth on the publication of her book, Getting Started with GIS. This publication is clearly the culmination of a lot of hard work and an impressive display of expertise. Accomplishments like this one are evidence that improvements, like study leaves, negotiated into the Librarians’ Employment Handbook in recent years can contribute to the profession at UW and beyond.

Well done, Eva!

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Jan 20, 2012

The Harvard Library Transition Massive reorganization announced.

  • THE JERSEY EXILE a blog about libraries, writing, and the Zen of Skee-Ball The Great Librarian Massacre (and Other Episodes in Harvard Cultural History)* from Jan 20, 2012.
  • Feral Librarian Thoughts on research libraries, higher education, other stuff. What’s happening at Harvard? from Jan 19, 2012.
  • Harvard Library Town Hall. Text of presentation by administrators Mary Lee Kennedy and Helen Shenton from January 19, 2012.
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    November 15, 2011

    Congratualations Susan Mavor!

    … on the recent publication of your book Westmount – The Tie that Binds the Twin Cities: An Illustrated History of Westmount’s 100 Years. This well-research and illustrated work complements and enriches the documentation of a special, local neighbourhood. All the best with your book launch on December 1st at the Westmount Golf and Country Club.

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    Changing to a blog

    Hello, this is the new official blog for the Librarians’ Association of the University of Waterloo.

    The next couple posts are going to be transferred from the old website – I will identify the date they were actually posted in the title, and they will be in the category “Archive: pre July 2013”.

    Thanks for your patience! Enjoy this incredible promotion for the Seattle public library – but don’t get any ideas because shelving would be a pain.