Monthly Archives: September 2010

Information or knowledge?

I am reading The Organization of Information, 3rd ed, by Taylor and Joudrey for one of my classes, and in the chapter, “The Nature of Information,” they discuss whether we are categorizing information or knowledge. They acknowledge that they have … Continue reading

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Is POSDCORB still relevant?

Disclaimer: another class assignment And yes, indeedy, I am completing this in the wee hours of the morning, during my “lunch” break. Curse you, night shift! Since I am supposed to formulate a “single thoughtful paragraph,” it will help if … Continue reading

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Five Managerial Mindsets project: Reflective Part 1

This is going to be part of an ongoing series for several weeks for one of my classes. I’m supposed to read and re-read “is an article published in the Harvard Business Review in November of 2003. Drs. Henry Mintzberg … Continue reading

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Three biggest informational challenges facing libraries

The three biggest challenges facing libraries attempting to maintain equal access to the torrent of new information and technologies are interconnected. I’ll start with the librarians and library staff. It is admittedly hard for librarians, the organizers of information, to … Continue reading

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I’ve been busy.

Last time I tried to post this, my nice little post disappeared. Testing again tonight to see if it works…. Yes! Okay, I’ve still been busy. Like I was saying, I’m working the night shift for an university, as a … Continue reading

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