Headlong into the Old Question I didn’t grow up going to libraries. My family lived in an unincorporated part of the county, and if we had a county library in the 1980’s when I was a boy, it was unknown to me. There certainly…
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I write about my thoughts on the academic librarianship, my service philosophy, mental health in the workplace, and leadership. Occasionally, I veer off on tangents, but that list covers what I generally write about.
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