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Daily Archives: 22 March 2009
With tongue firmly planted in cheek, the Annoyed Librarian addresses the topic of library support staff, library workers, paraprofessionals, library assistants, or whatever it is we’re called these days. How about paraprofesupportstantstaff? As with all humor, especially the pointed variety, … Continue reading
It is nearly time for Marshall Breeding’s annual Automation Systems Marketplace report, published in the April 1st edition of Library Journal. This is as comprehensive and informative a report on the software we use to organize and present our collections … Continue reading
Here are two art resources which can be the starting point for many art-related questions: smARThistory was designed as “a free multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement (or even substitute) for the traditional and static art history textbook.“ Find … Continue reading