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National Conference of African American Librarians (NCAAL)

By Greta Kuriger Suiter Below is my presentation for the 10th Annual Conference of African American Librarians which was held in Atlanta this year. I became involved when I saw a call for presenters who had worked with Wikipedia with … Continue reading

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Yes, and… CODEX hack-a-thon 2017

By Greta Kuriger Suiter What I enjoy the most about fiction books (aka novels) is the part in the beginning where the story hasn’t started yet. The reader is unsure at this point of the ultimate trajectory the story will … Continue reading

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Culling a Life

By Mills Last week I had the unenviable task of culling the life of my mother-in-law, aged 81. In some ways I was the perfect person for this task, because in my sister-in-law’s garage there were 32 banker’s boxes of … Continue reading

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Culling a Life

By Mills Last week I had the unenviable task of culling the life of my mother-in-law, aged 81. In some ways I was the perfect person for this task, because in my sister-in-law’s garage there were 32 banker’s boxes of … Continue reading

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It’s Not All About Me

By Mills “Our students come first.” That’s what it says on page five of George Mason University’s Strategic Plan. As one of the authors of that document back in 2014, I’m always happy when this simple sentence is deployed to … Continue reading

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It’s Not All About Me

By Mills “Our students come first.” That’s what it says on page five of George Mason University’s Strategic Plan. As one of the authors of that document back in 2014, I’m always happy when this simple sentence is deployed to … Continue reading

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Trails, Paths, and Digital Literacy

By Mills Yesterday I had the good fortune to be the keynote speaker at the Winter Symposium on Digital Literacy in Higher Education at the University of Rhode Island. It was incredibly energizing to spend a day and a half … Continue reading

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Trails, Paths, and Digital Literacy

By Mills Yesterday I had the good fortune to be the keynote speaker at the Winter Symposium on Digital Literacy in Higher Education at the University of Rhode Island. It was incredibly energizing to spend a day and a half … Continue reading

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75 Book Challenge 2016

By Greta Kuriger Suiter My favorite reading device — Kindle app on iPad mini I read exactly 75 books in 2016! It was a personal goal and challenge and the sense of accomplishment is completely gratifying. I’m taking with me my newfound habit … Continue reading

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