Posts Tagged ‘librarians’

OK – just a bit of fun, but I did enjoy the twitter meme a few weeks back, and was reminded again about it yesterday when I saw the tweet from Mylee: Mylee Joseph (@myleejoseph) 31/05/12 2:27 PM RT @Sybasigns: ok, after much discussion. here is our top 10! #replaceawordwithlibrarian pic.twitter.com/bd3o3uDG da da…. What I […]


Quick lunchtime post-eo My manager and I have been rewriting my job (flamboyantly called a PIQ- position information questionnaire). It’s actually a good time to refocus and clearly enunciate what I do, why I do it and how do we measure it all. We also list major challenges, problems, quality assurance processes – a whole […]


529 km

14Jun10

This is the distance between me and my supervisor. L works in Ballarat and I work in Canberra. We work very closely together. My work team is made up of people from all six campuses of the uni – so that’s Brisbane, Strathfield, North Sydney, Canberra, Ballarat and Melbourne. We stay in touch through a range of ways – […]


Keynote for Information Online 2009 – Anticipating the future of libraries: understanding trends and staying relevant in the digital age – Andy Hines, futurist, adjunct professor of Future Studies at University of Houston. 22 January 2009. Emerging challenges 1.    Values 2.    Demography 3.    Lifestyle 4.    Technology 5.    Work 6.    Education ‘addicted to growth, debt, consumption’ […]


This is too corny not to post! At the recent new Librarians Symposium 4 held in Melbourne, one of the ice-breakers at the Cocktail party was getting together and talking about these library based pick up lines (and thanks to Michelle at Librarians Interact for the heads up). Pardon me, could you please tell me […]