The librarian’s role in information credibility “Fake news,” “alternative facts”—these previously unfamiliar terms and concepts are now part of our
April is here and I’m showering you with another colorful mix of research and information topics: Teaching legal research Information
My latest list of must-read blog postings by and for info pros, comes to you by way of a special Ide(a)s of March dispatch! Et tu, librarians? You can catch my latest, while watching your backs, here.
Welcome to 2018! If you are like me, you are eager to see what opportunities this new year has to
With little to no physical library space remaining in their offices, law firms are getting creative about where their law
Your business may not need a library, but it needs a librarian! For everything from risk management to productivity enhancement,
If you are a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and have not been living under that proverbial
Well here it is . . . the last day of 2009 and our last blog post of the year. We started iBraryGuy just six months ago. While we were certainly hoping this little blog of our would catch on, we were still overwhelmed by the support of our readers. Thank you all! Each of you has been a bright spot in what was definitely a trying year. Our little editorial team wishes each and every one of you a safe and happy New Year. May 2010 bring you new joys, new successes, and fulfillment. Our last posting of 2009 is a simple one. We are going to share our professional New Year’s Resolution with you. A new year brings hope and promise, but to seize it, we must go into the year with our own hopes and promises. Won’t you please join us in sharing your professional hopes for 2010? Together we can generate some really positive energy with