Monthly Archives: May 2010

Build Your Own Instructional Literacy | American Libraries Magazine

Build Your Own Instructional Literacy | American Libraries Magazine

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Awesome video

This is a post about the Ghostbusters parody video that was created in the NY Public Library. It is an excellent example of public support for libraries. Go New York Public Library and I had a clip of the video but it was removed. You can try searching for it on YouTube or at the NYPL site to see if it’s still available. I love it because it shows the public’s support for libraries. People do value libraries and libraries do provide important and needed services.

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Hello world!

Well, I am very new to this. This is my very first blog so I hope you’ll bear with me. Currently, I work as a Reference/Instructional Librarian at the University of Texas-Pan American in deep south Texas. It’s very hot and I’m still adjusting to the temperature in the summer after a year! I love my job and look forward to being a librarian/information professional in any capacity. I hope to learn more about blogging and will do my best to post information that I find relevant and interesting in my profession.

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