Posts Tagged ‘librarians’

Lego Librarians

August 2, 2013

All good fun?  Or a pandering to stereotypes?!

 

https://mrlibrarydude.wordpress.com/2013/07/24/image-public-perception-and-lego-librarians/

 

let us know.

 

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a librarian’s worth

January 13, 2012

While we’re open 24/7 this month (we’re trust you’re making the most of it but also staying safe and healthy), spare a thought for the staff who beaver away either on the frontline at desks or behind the scenes.

http://mastersineducation.org/infographic-a-librarians-worth-around-the-world/

We’d love to know how staff have helped you in your time at Portsmouth – so feel free to comment!

This infographic found by the lovely WalkYouHome and her wonderful blog which you can find here:

http://walkyouhome.tumblr.com/post/12554076943

Library Cards

July 6, 2010

Here at the University of Portsmouth we like to dispel the myth that librarians are nerds. Other people out there are obviously keen to prove us wrong – how else can you explain this guys obession with collecting library cards….

 http://www.travelinlibrarian.info/libcards/

 

Librarians do Gaga

June 10, 2010

Beware of this catchy tune which can get into your head all too easily:

http://www.boingboing.net/2010/05/29/librarians-do-gaga.html

Obama speech

February 19, 2009

As we seem to be doing ‘old news’ this week, you might be interested in this speech:

http://www.ala.org/ala/alonline/resources/selectedarticles/obama05.cfm

from Barack Obama well before he became President.

Of course, no prizes for spotting why we here in the Library like it but it’s a pretty good example of speech writing and stirring up an audience.

Grand March of the Librarians

January 31, 2008

Hard to believe anyone wants to watch this kind of thing, but just in case you’ve missed the fun:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqINI2dAdVU

It’s actually a sequel to ‘March of the Librarians’ so you might want to check that out too.

Librarian

October 12, 2007

Of all the libraryish things that have circulated in the last year or so, this gem of a four minute film has probably been the one that has been most enjoyed and talked about.  Most love it for the excellence of execution.  The odd one or two hate it for (supposedly) reinforcing stereotypes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne_WXP7lUWM

UoP Library has just introduced a zoning policy where silence (not even laptop key tapping) is expected in certain areas but (shock, horror!) mobile phones and cold food are allowed in others.  Hopefully that will rein in any of the secret tendencies of staff to fantasise about the film.