Monthly Archives: April 2011

Winning Entries: 2011 Jonathan Orr Essay Contest

Thank you to all who entered our Jonathan Orr Essay Contest this year. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about this Friends of the Library sponsored contest. Here was this year’s essay topic: “In his book Poetry as a Means of Grace published in 1941, Charles Osgood proposed to the World War II generation […]

Resources: Celebrating Holy Week

Sunday marked the beginning of Holy Week for Christians. The last week of Lent includes holidays such as Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. I thought I would dedicate this week’s blog post to some very cool resources about one of our most important times of year. Books 1.  Wilderness wanderings : a Lenten […]

Life as a Librarian: Post #2- Maybe not the most glamorous of tasks….

Post #2 in our “Life as a Librarian” series addresses the task of cataloging and classification.  Not the most glamorous of library tasks, but by far, one of the more important ones. Large libraries have huge departments dedicated to the cataloging of library items. Here at Warner, we have Jonathan Beasley, our Technical Services Librarian […]

Conference Reflections

I just returned from the national conference of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). It was a lot of fun and very informative. This week’s blog post highlights a few of the current trends in academic librarianship that I learned about at ACRL. Mark Puterbaugh, our Information Services Librarian attend Computers in Libraries […]