Category Archives: Books

Getting Ready for Summer School

I paid for summer school today, the last summer school I’ll have to pay for, which is pretty exciting! The text book I ordered via Amazon earlier this week arrived yesterday, so things are falling into place. Summer Session II … Continue reading

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ALA Midwinter Meeting 2014

Late last month, I attended American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting 2014 in Philadelphia. Although it was my second ALA conference, it was my first Midwinter Meeting, as well as my first visit to Philadelphia in several decades, and I … Continue reading

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Library School + Life Tip #14: Keep Reading!

I’m the first to admit that grad school keeps me busy, busier than I expected! Chances are, though, that one of the things that brings people like me to library school is their love of books. While homework definitely cuts … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

I returned to work today after two weeks off. While I really enjoyed my vacation, it’s good to be back! One of the big things I accomplished on break from work and school was finishing five (count ’em!) books! They … Continue reading

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Last Homework Assignment of the Semester!

I went to the NCCU SLIS Library after work last night to work on my last assignment of the semester, which involved creating Library of Congress call numbers for fictitious titles. At first, I was the only one there, but eventually more students … Continue reading

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Doin’ the Dewey (Assignment)

I went by the NCCU SLIS Library after work today to finish an extra credit assignment for my Cataloging class. I’d started it on WebDewey at the end of my workday, but got stuck. So I decided to run to … Continue reading

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