Are you one of the many readers who have so many books on your To Be Read shelf (or pile) that you don’t know where to start? Thankfully lots of bookstagrammers have the answer for you. Here are ten of my favourite TBR jars:
“Having spent part of the last ten years encouraging students to publish their dissertations, I’m happy at last to be in a position to pick up my own Masters research again – 25 years later!
Thanks to @edcdcs for a research affiliation while I dig into the W&R Chambers files again, once it is safe to travel in the new year.”
Photo by Andy Horton.
We were really happy to welcome participants to Beginning Bibliography, whose first unit materials went live yesterday.
With books stranded in my old office, my London Library membership really came into its own in preparing the course – first time using postal delivery. As usual, their service was superb.
I’ve also acquired some new old books, ordering online from various booksellers, who have similarly been quick and efficient in posting out. You can’t teach material culture without the materials, that’s for sure!
An event report for Concetta‘s July Masterclass is under preparation by one of the attendees, but for now you can see her presentation (registration required), read the live tweets with links to the tools she covered, and book her August Masterclass, Beginning Cataloguing Ebooks, which takes place on 10 August.
This made me think that maybe I should say something about her here.Continue reading “Women in Type”
This post is written for beginning cataloguers, or those who want to know more about Library of Congress Classification and the old A.L.A. Rules.Continue reading “Cutting the Jargon: What’s a Cutter?”