Category Archives: library nerding

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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What I hope to get out of NLS9

I’m tired, I’m sick, and I’m feeling underprepared for #NLS9. But there’s still some things I want to get out of this symposium… Continue reading

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Learning Koha 02: Decisions

Learning Koha part 2: there’s some technical decisions you need to make before you can even start installing Koha. I walk you through my decision making process. Continue reading

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Learning Koha 01: A new project…

Uni starts in a week, I’m busy at work… so it’s the perfect time to teach myself the Koha open-source library management system. Continue reading

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In the Library, with a Board Game

How should you shelve board games in your library? Continue reading

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2017 in review

My 2017 in review: new study, new job, and a hug from Laurie Penny. Continue reading

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