Category Archives: library nerding

Uni returns next week…

Uni starts next week. I’ve doubled my study load to try and finish my Masters this year. Here’s hoping I survive. Continue reading

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My placement with the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project

I spent three weeks in Glasgow, doing my uni placement with the Unlocking Our Sound heritage project. I learnt more than I expected… Continue reading

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cardiParty: The Museum of Broken Relationships

Last Friday I attended a tour of the Museum of Broken Relationships organised by newCardigan. Continue reading

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The Dangers of Donations

What are the ethics of museums collaborating with repressive regimes? Continue reading

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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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