Blogging Off to an Excellent Start!

  Hello! I just read all the blog posts in my Feedly! Thanks for all of your insights and candor in your reflections! I commented on all. If you did not get a comment from me, please comment below. Looking forward to more of your writing! 💜☮️👏📚   Image: Morning walk at Maplehurst, September 2020

Ask Michael Casey a Question

Wednesday September 16th – Michael Casey, author of one of our foundational texts and Director of Customer Experience for the Gwinnett County Public Library in metropolitan Atlanta, will join us at 4pm PT. We’ll talk a bit about his libraries and answer any questions you have, etc

Share Your Context Book URL Here!

It’s exciting to watch your first major assignments appear in the course activity stream. Over the next few days we’ll see more Context Book Reports go up. For fun (and I know you are using the OPML),  please share your report URL in a comment on this post and a “twitter-like” short sentence about your major […]

Please Use @michael

Hey all – I am diving in to your first reflective posts and I’m already thrilled with your thinking and writing. I am leaving thoughts and comments. If you reply with your own comment, please use my username @michael so I am sure to get notification of your reply. Some blog themes auto fill @usernames […]

#hyperlib Job Description?

Take a look at this  job listing a colleague sent me a couple of years ago. Very interesting mix of duties and requirements. You’ll see some things here that you are doing in this class! 🙂 Bolding is mine. Announcement: The University of Texas at Arlington Library invites applications from highly motivated, innovative, forward thinking professionals […]

Reminder: Module Explanations

Hey all – I just want to remind you of the module breakdown. Do not feel you have to read through every “Thing to Explore.” Modules include the following sections: Things to Read The required readings explore topics you are expected to understand and incorporate into your assignments for all modules in the course. Things […]