Tag Archives: libraries

The Labyrinth in the Library

We’ve started learning the Dewey Decimal system. I am a little bit lost… Continue reading

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Information Organisation

Some notes on Information Organisation, after class started up again last night. Continue reading

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What could libraries look like in 30 years?

What could libraries look like in 30 years? Some drunken brainstorming. Continue reading

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Libraries without Buildings

I had coffee with Ben Conyers last week. He’s the Manager of Service Delivery and Design at the State Library of Victoria. The State Library is about to undergo a massive redevelopment project called Vision 2020. The goal is to make the … Continue reading

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Old Trams and Unexpected Libraries

One day, when I’m rich, I’d like to make a library in an old tram. Becoming rich isn’t the hard part – it’s buying an old tram. Continue reading

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What is a library, the 5 Laws of the Library, and being behind in my studies before I’ve even started…

It’s the first week of my Information Management degree. And I’ve been so sick I had to miss classes.
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Acceptance

Congratulations David, you have been offered a place in GC098 Graduate Certificate in Information Management Continue reading

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