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Dude, put the brooms down. Photo by Pedro Ladeira/AFP/Getty Images It may be gratifying for women to see their husbands loading the dishwasher or folding laundry, but is it sexy? Yes, according to many media stories.
Country music singer-songwriters, Bob DiPiero, Ronnie Milsap, Lorrie Morgan and Jim Beavers perform on the Coolidge stage during the 2013 Country Music Association’s Songwriters Series Concert. Photos by Abby Brack Lewis The Library of Congress Coolidge Auditorium turned Grand Ole Opry for a night last Wednesday, as members of the Country Music Association (CMA) took to the stage to sing their hits. Bob DiPiero returned to host the latest installment of the CMA Songwriters Series, which this time featured Ronnie Milsap, Loretta Lynn “Lorrie” Morgan and Jim Beavers.
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March 27, 2013 In this 6-course certificate program , you will learn the fundamentals of user experience (UX) and how to apply user-centered strategies to library websites and beyond. The program begins by teaching you the key concepts of UX design and how to employ them in your website projects. Next, you will learn the ins and outs of information architecture: how to structure and organize your content so that it is both discoverable and navigable in the easiest way possible. The next two courses will give you the tools to continually get feedback on your website through usability testing and other research methods. You will then learn how to better write for the web so that once your users discover your content, they can both understand it and act on it.
I remember when I first started recruiting. I clung to interview questions for dear life scared if I let go I would fall into the bad recruiter’s abyss. I also recall that I didn’t learn much about the candidate until I was comfortable enough to take off the training wheels. Slowly I moved away from the guide. I leaned on the guide, but ended my interviews just speaking with the candidate.
1. Never Ending Search – Winner of the “Best Librarian Blog” category for the 2009 Edublog Awards, this blog-version of the School Library Journal updates librarians and book geeks with social networking tips and interesting literature-related videos. SLJ is internationally known as “the world’s largest reviewer of books, multimedia , and technology” for youth.
10 Librarian Blogs To Read in 2010 I started the "10 Blogs To Read This Year" 4 years ago to help highlight people writing in the many different areas of librarianship. Those people who are doing some of the most interesting and original writing on the web. Each year we've attempted to gather a group of librarians whose writing helps increase our understanding of the profession and it's place in our rapidly changing world. Again this year we tried to choose 10 writers who cover very different aspects of our profession, 10 sites that inform, educate and maybe amuse. By following these blogs I think you'll find something new to read, and a place to gain better understanding of a part of librarianship that's outside of your normal area.