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 http://improveverywhere.com. 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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