The Cornucopia of the Commons
Discouraging EDU Lessons from Netflix Streaming
A gentle introduction
As I have in the past, I'd like to point out a librarian embedded in a faculty-focused blogging network.
My previous post was about Brian Mathews moving his blog to the Chronicle, a non-librarian blog network.
So for this post I thought I'd list all the academic and research librarians I know of that are embedded in non-library blogging communities.
As anyone who's a regular reader of my Friday Fun series will know, I'm a huge fan of The Cronk, that paragon of higher ed satire. In fact, you could call me the grand high poobah of Cronk fandom with the Cronk as the Sultan of Satire!
No, the purpose of this post isn't to reveal the secrets of successful academic leadership. If I had those, believe you me I'd be writing this from my villa on the French Riviera.
Let's talk about Plagiarism
Who Is Punished for Plagiarism?
Terry Metz, library director and a professor at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, R.I., has been named University librarian at Washington and Lee University.
I chose this one more for the humourous title of the post since the content itself is very seriously intentioned.
Following on from the last two days, here are my answers for today's TEDxLibrariansTO Coundown Questions: