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Hey Friends! This week, I realized I wasn’t ready to write about this post. When last you heard from me, RFID tagging was coming to an end.last week at my library. If you’ve been following me on my Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, then … Continue reading →
Hey Friends! So last week, I posted about my library starting our inventory and tagging our collection with RFID tags. If you’ve been following me on my Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, then you’ve already started to see my progress videos on how it’s going. “Great … Continue reading →
Hey Friends! Whew! Once again, I’m going through another week at a hundred miles an hour. This week has been focused on migrating to a new computer management system and the end of my summer MBA class. Add in somebody from … Continue reading →
Heeeey Friends! Whew, this last week or so has been wicked-mad-cool-sick-nasty-awesome! So in my last few posts, I’ve mentioned that I would be attending the American Library Association (ALA) conference this year in Orlando. If you’ve been following my Facebook, Twitter … Continue reading →
Hey Friends! Wow, I’ve been waiting for MONTHS to write this post. So many other posts and events were getting in the way, This week, I wanted to talk about using copyrighted materials with your library and obtaining permission. Recently, … Continue reading →
Hey Friends! Last week, I talked a little about the importance of skills and building confidence to get ahead. Today, I’m delving a little deeper into what really is confidence? Believe it or not, but the Brash Librarian was once scared, insecure, and … Continue reading →
Hey Friends! This week or two have been craaaaazy, but the good part is all that crazy gave me inspiration for this week’s post. Today I want to talk about the importance in having different skill sets in different areas. The … Continue reading →