Wrap Up – Bit of a Mess

So we’ve gotten this far in what, thirteen weeks? Well, I must say, on my end, that the journey, one that’s had its fair share of ups and downs, has been a bit of a mess for me. My original plan had been to contribute to the learning community by making points that I felt …

Week 12 – Be Quiet, We Want To Learn!

Hello all! Considering the wave of Twitter posts regarding the topic of kids in the library, I figured that this wouldn’t be just an interesting topic, but also one that hopefully raises some points about kids in a library and what it means for not just librarygoers and librarians, but also parents and kids. Personally, …

Week 7 – NBN and the Digital Divide

For this week’s post, I’ve chosen to argue the point of NBN and its role in the digital divide that is currently plaguing Australia. While I do believe that the NBN will solve many of the problems that Australia is having with its, quite frankly, prehistoric internet speeds (I happen to be very well acquainted …

Week 6 – On Reader’s Advisory Services

When I first heard about readers’ advisory services, I found myself wondering whether or not it would’ve improved my experiences in previous libraries. When I was still in school, I often found myself frequenting the library because it wasn’t just a quiet spot to curl up and read a good book, but it was also …

Week 2 – Communities and Inquiries

It’s me again, the odd duck! This time, I’ll be talking about communities and what I generally do when I’m in a community. I honestly believe I don’t have very much to say, but if anyone’s interested in my opinion, here it is! What do I do when I’m engaged in a community? That’s a …

Week 1

Hi everyone! I’m well aware this blog post is waaaaay late, but I’d like to introduce myself regardless! I’m Paul. Like I said a couple of weeks ago in class, unlike most of you, my major is in BPM, and if I had to guess, I’m halfway through my course. As for where I see …

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