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Hey Friends! WOW, I can’t remember the last time I was this busy. In the last week or two, I have: Traveled to several libraries to look at RFID technology. Rolled out new computer/print management software in the library, and … 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! Whew! This last week has been a blur. If you’re in public libraries, then you know that we’ve just entered the roughest, toughest, busiest time of the year. That’s right, the annual Summer Reading Program (SRP). For the last … 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 delved into my ongoing series of confidence and skills to help you climb the ladder. Confidence comes from two different places: skills, and experience. Remember, each affects the other: Building skills provides experience to help you … 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 →