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Forging connections: EAHIL 2018

This year’s European Association for Health Information and Libraries (EAHIL) conference started as it meant to go on: with great style and artistry. We just got summoned into the first keynote with a trumpet fanfare. I like the style of … Continue reading

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USTLG recap: part 2

This is the second of my posts recapping my time in Huddersfield for the USTLG May meeting. The previous post covered my impressions and main takeaways from the meeting itself, and can be found here. This second post will focus … Continue reading

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Library visit: Kings Cross and Surry Hills Public Libraries

I’ve been trying to make the effort to visit libraries in other sectors to those in which I work. The two discussed in this post are not just in another sector – public libraries – but in another country! I … Continue reading

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Taking the plunge: Cambridge Libraries Conference 2018

If there was one common theme of the 2018 iteration of the annual Cambridge Libraries Conference, it was that good things follow when we library professionals get outside our comfort zone, challenge ourselves, and try something a bit different. With … Continue reading

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