Once again the forces of administrative/academic change require me to move offices. I’m packing up now. If any of you are interested in looking through books that I am discarding, stroll over to J-230 and look on the park bench outside of my office. The texts are free to any student who wants to take [...]
Archive for April, 2012
When: Wednesday, April 25, at 8 PM Where: The L-Wing Art Gallery, Stockton College Student Readings, Student Art Display, Live Music. Reading by Poet Kate Greenstreet Free copies of Stockpot
That I enjoy: The Argo A Short Stockton Stroll Broken Tree Art
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My gosh, but I’ve gotten a lot of requests that ask me to remind students to take the NSSE. So, here’s a reminder to you all (you received other reminders in your Stockton email); tell us how engaged you are! “Please remind your first year and senior students to take the NSSE (National Survey of [...]
You might be interested in the Bash archive, which includes many if not all BASH flyers from years gone by. Here’s a beaut from F1999; here’s a favorite from S2005.
The Avalon Free Public Library is looking for an unpaid summer intern for library programs and there might be a LITT student perfect for the job. The successful candidate would have to be available day hours, weekend hours, evenings and holidays on a rotating schedule. He or she would be performing various duties as assigned [...]
Career Center Library (Located in the Campus Center’s main corridor) Tuesday April 3rd at 4:30 pm Students will learn how to use various career/internship databases. Professor Adalaine Holton will say a few things about internship opportunities and getting credit for internships. LITT alum Samantha McCorry will talk about her experiences interning at AC Weekly.
This weekend I attended the smart, erudite, and emotional conference in celebration of Daniel Traister. As usual, I walked away thinking Librarians are deeply learned, wildly valuable folk. In the first day Keynote, Roger Chartier tossed off a comment on one possible effect of digitization. He suggested that browsing in a library could become only [...]