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Calling All Reference Librarians!

Wow!  We just posted the program for Reference Renaissance 2010: Inventing the Future  and if you’re a reference librarian, no matter what type of institution you work at, this is the conference for you.   With more than fifty-five panels, papers, reports from the field and workshops, … Continue reading

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Reference Statistics?

Lately, we’ve heard so much about increased library use due to the economy. Computer use, program attendance, circulation and visits are way up, but I haven’t heard much about reference statistics.  Before I came to work for BCR I worked in … Continue reading

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REFolution 2

  Lynn Berard (Carnegie Mellon University) and Dr. Bella Karr Gerlich (Dominican University) presented on The READ Scale: Using Qualitative Data to Record Levels of Effort and Expertise in Answering Reference Questions.  They put this device together because of a … Continue reading

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