Time to Archive!

The End-of-Term Harvest(EOT) project partners have been busy harvesting things before the
inauguration tomorrow. I'm also getting ready to add more content to the CyberCemetery, because who knows what website changes we'll be seeing in the coming days! I'll be on the watch for agencies or commissions that end with the Bush administration. I welcome any help other librarians (or interested folk) are willing to give--please let me know if you hear of a particular website that is being taken down and needs to be quickly archived.

I hope you are all able to watch tomorrow's historic ceremony!


The Prodigal Blogger Returns!

I'm up to my ears in web updates, email, and things I haven't remembered that I've forgotten, so I'll make this quick. I just had to share that you can now purchase Academic Library Outreach: Beyond Campus Walls; my print copy arrived on Tuesday! It's my first published book chapter, so I'm a little beside myself--my deepest thanks to my coauthors, Suzanne Sears and Annie Downey. They provided the real "meat" for the chapter, I just helped mash it all together.

And today I got a second surprise--I received three copies of the Journal of Web Librarianship, Volume 2 Number 4--with not one but two of my book reviews in it!

Thanks to my Essentials of Academic Publishing class last semester, I've already got another book review I'm shopping around, and nearly done with a paper. And then there's the research project Annie and I have started on... whew! Never a dull moment.

Hopefully I can stick to my writing schedule despite this semester's near-insane course load... my publishing class had me doing well with at least an hour of writing each week day, but I fell off the wagon in November. Ah well, here's to the second try!