Category Archives: ideas worth stealing

Twine as teaching tool

A friend linked my to Victoria Parkinson’s fun Twine introduction to cataloguing, so article about using Twine in the classroom, and a link to (recreational) Twine games I enjoy. Continue reading

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Post-NLS9 Report

3 useful ideas I took home from #NLS9. And a wibble about the future of the planet. Continue reading

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Community

The theme for my weekend seems to be “community”: Incendium Radical Library, the Festival of the Photocopier ZIne Fair, and roleplaying games. Continue reading

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Future Libraries, AI and other randomness

I’ve been describing 2018 as “hectic but good”. I made progress on my Masters. I did good work at my job. I travelled. 2019 looks like it will be an interesting year. The first month isn’t even over and there’s a … Continue reading

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An employer’s guide to writing a cover letter

Your cover letter should give me clear, concise, compelling reasons to read the rest of your application. Here’s a sample format. Steal it. Please. Continue reading

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Resumés and Reflections

There’s nothing like reading through resumés to make you polish up your own. Continue reading

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Lest We Forget: GLAMR and ANZAC Day

What is being remembered by war memorials? And what is being forgotten? Continue reading

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