Tonight I was pleased to come across placement surveys on the Faculty of Information & Media Studies website (University of Western Ontario).
These surveys, taken by Library and Information Science (LIS) grads between 2003 and 2008, offer insight into things like how long it took them to find work, salary, types of jobs, length of [...]
AKA those funny looking square things cropping up all over the place …
I attended the Handheld Librarian Online Conference a few weeks ago. QR Codes were mentioned in pretty much every session. So … what are QR Codes and how are libraries using them?
QR (Quick Response) Codes are matrix barcodes that you [...]
I recently created an Open Resources LibGuide for RDC Library.
The guide features resources and information on Open Access (OA) journal literature, copyright-friendly media (Open Culture), Open Education teaching resources, and Open Source Software.
Creating an “open” guide can increase patron’s awareness of:
- Resources freely available on the Internet regardless of their membership status [...]