Tag: Library Fines

Things They Don’t Teach in Library School: Part 1, Collective Grieving

Girl in Grief

It is a dark time for the library. A few months ago, one of my employees –a woman in her early forties — was diagnosed with colon cancer. This week we learned that she has passed away. I only knew the woman for a…

Checking In

book and red wine on a marble table

Hello, fair readers! I’m sorry that I’ve been MIA for so long. The holidays are only part of my excuse. The last 8+ weeks have been alternately horrible and promising for me and include a resurgence of depression, a poor performance evaluation, new purpose,…

Access Services Conference

Thanks to having an employer who actually sees the value in investing in its employees I was able to attend the Access Services Conference for the first time, this year, in Atlanta. If you’re not aware, this is a smaller conference that is dedicated…

Fines, Fines, Everywhere Are Fines…

Earlier today I responded to a Twitter post this way,

An Idealized Access Services Model

book and red wine on a marble table

On August 8 I have a Skype interview for a Head of Access Services position. As part of this interview I’ve been told to prepare a 10 minute talk on problems facing Access Services in academic libraries. I thought the best way to this…