Monday, May 09, 2005

Busy, busy...

We are all "heads' down" busy and so have not been here much. That's the paradox of blogging. Being busy often means we might have interesting things to comment on and point to, but....we're too busy to do it!

The OCLC/IFLA Fellows are here and that takes some of George's time. Seven librarians from developing countries, selected as Fellows by IFLA, OCLC and the American Theological Library Association, are spending May at OCLC's Dublin campus. The Fellows interact with OCLC staff, travel to local libraries, visit the Library of Congress, attend the OCLC Members Council May meeting, and participate in many OCLC-sponsored activities. This year the Fellows are from Turkey, Malawi, China, Colombia, Georgia, Pakistan and Jamaica. Unfortunately, I haven't met them yet because I've been....busy!

Tomorrow I am speaking at the OhioNet Annual Membership meeting and then on Wednesday, I'll be moderating a morning panel titled "How the Gamer Generation Will Reshape Libraries Forever" for the OCLC CAPCON Annual Meeting in DC.

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