Category Archives: News

Briefs Rock!

I just finished the grades for submitted Briefs in Canvas – outstanding work folks! I am not kidding when I say: these are some of the best presented I have had in all the semesters I have been at SJSU. The Stories and Global options seem to agree with many of you! The design elements […]

Column: Making a Name

Hi all – I wanted to share a column from Library Journal in late 2017. It’s about LIS students putting themselves out there. It was also inspired by Hyperlinked Library students over the years! It’s in Wholehearted on page 51. Building some type of professional presence on social media is a good step for any […]

Hyperlinked Job Description – Creativity!

This one popped up in early summer 2018 here in Michigan. What do you think? CLASSIFICATION: Librarian (ET. – 40 hours) POSITION TITLE: Creative Services Librarian REPORTS TO: Adult Services and Reference, Department Head POSITION SUMMARY: The Creative Services Librarian manages, develops and delivers innovative programming in a creative environment. Utilizes hands-on training and collaboration […]

Please Share Your Thoughts: SOTES

Greetings all. I would appreciate your feedback and participation in Student Opinion of Teaching Effectiveness (SOTEs). It is helpful to me and to our school. You have probably been notified directly by University administration to participate. Thank you! Image: Cairn in Elk Rapids, Michigan

Next week: “Keep Calm & Reflect” Week

Hey all – I’ve decided next week is “Keep Calm & Reflect” week. Work on your Briefs and your Symposium entry and take time for yourselves to reflect on our class themes and our strange new landscape. There is still so much happening. Personal note: I will be out on Monday afternoon for a routine […]

Second Moderna Shot

Hey all – I am a bit off today with chills, aches, and low energy. Please email me directly if you need anything. My plan is to be back on track tomorrow. 🙂 Image: Post it of the time we could leave the drive through vaccine clinic after the 💉