Or at least what I did for fun in library school! It’s called Book Cart Drill Team. I know, you’re saying what? Check out this video, Steel City Kings Book Cart Drill Team. It’s the team I was on a few years ago.
For more videos, search Google for “book cart drill team” site:youtube.com (The quotes are for searching the phrase. The site operator tells Google to search only youtube.com. For other operators, see the Google Guide Search Operators page.)
Facebook has become a way of life. No more is it merely a tool for wasting time and keeping in touch with friends. The world is addicted to Farmville, Words with Friends, Likes, Shares, and George Takei’s witty library of pictures. The ever evolving nature of facebook means a constant state of change in privacy and permission settings. Check out some tips and tricks to enhance your facebook experience in ths blog post called the 5 Best Hidden Facebook Tricks You Should Make Use Of and be sure to open the PDF at the end to read the Very Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual.
Now that your facebook is nice and secure you don’t have to worry about getting screamed at by a judge for your social networking activities. However, it seems that is not the only reason you may catch the ire of a judge. Check out this blog post about a judge who could not contain his disdain for a party before him in a divorce case. There is also a video that captures the whole tirade.
One of the best things about The Fourth of July is all the fireworks. Disappointed with this year’s display? Well…There’s an app for that.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of “New Library Resources” – it’s chock full of information you should know, because knowing is half the battle!
To view a table listing the new print resources that the library received in May 2012, click Continue reading below. Most of the items listed there can be found in the General Collection and checked out for up to three weeks by members of the Coastal Community.
Need to find some current information from the Congressional Record? Good news! HeinOnline will now be updating the Congressional Record Daily Edition every day to include the most current Congressional Record Daily Edition, just as it does with the Federal Register. Check out HeinOnline’s May Content Release and remember, you can access HeinOnline through the Library & Technology Center’s Subscription Databases page.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of “New Library Resources” – because you need to know What’s Happening!
To view a table listing the new print resources that the library received in April 2012, click Continue reading below. Most of the items listed there can be found in the General Collection and checked out for up to three weeks by members of the Coastal Community.
As you may recall, just this past fall, the LTC launched its new catalog Encore,
Such a fine new tool, you’d be a great fool, if you did not use it to help you find more.
In days long gone by, before the web in the sky, finding information could be quite hard,
You’d search for long days, in so many ways, to find that magical catalog card.