The egg is a hit

The egg is a hit

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Librarian Becky going into teacher mode for a drop in group of 4th graders. It was adorable. (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

Librarian Becky going into teacher mode for a drop in group of 4th graders. It was adorable. (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

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Birthday bow tie selfie (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

Birthday bow tie selfie (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

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Mike and Nicole setting up for the used book sale starting tomorrow (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

Mike and Nicole setting up for the used book sale starting tomorrow (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

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LIS Microaggressions

cynthinee:

If I learned anything at CARL and CIL this past week, it’s that sometimes you just gotta put your project out there. While this is still in development, I think it’s more important that POC librarians & archivists have a place to share their experiences with microaggressions in the field. Please contribute and/or share this resource if you can. 

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The way sushi should always be served: never ending (at Kaiten Sushi Daichan)

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Out mascot is reading some of our redaction poetry (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

Out mascot is reading some of our redaction poetry (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

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Showing some REFORMA members around our special collections (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

Showing some REFORMA members around our special collections (at Wardman Library - Whittier College)

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Remembering Adrianne Wadewitz: Scholar, Communicator, Teacher, Leader

"In late March, she shared the news that she had accepted a job at Whittier College in LA. Her note said, "I am going to help them develop their digital liberal arts program. I’m extremely happy! I have a job I’m going to love in a city I adore. Life doesn’t get better than this.""

We at Whittier College are deeply saddened by this loss. Out hearts go out to Adrianne’s friends and family.

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Locations of Literacy: Information Literacy (plenary panel at MnWE 2014)

I have this rather grand vision of myself as Morpheus from the Matrix. “Here, students, are two pills. Take the Red Pill and your life will never be the same again, the world of information will look fundamentally different, and there will be no turning back. Take the Blue Pill and you’ll probably pass your term paper.”