The First Day of Her New Job As a Librarian in Bremen
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The first day of her new job as a librarian in Bremen.
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“It depends,” says the young woman who, upon arriving in Bremen, was assigned to the job of librarian.
The librarian, with the title of “Bremen City Library,” is a position with a certain level of prestige in Bremen, a city of a few hundred thousand inhabitants. In a city like Bremen, “librarian” is a professional role of a highly skilled librarian, rather than a rank-and-file position. In contrast, in Germany and western Europe, librarians are middle-class young people who have a social connection with the library and with research. This new job is a new beginning for the librarian in her new role. The librarian is a public service position, but she takes it seriously. And there is a professional and highly motivated attitude among the librarians to do the job well. There are a few “exceptions,” but this one does not exist.
The work is an interesting one. The library has just opened an exciting new branch in Bremen, the “Bremen City Library. ” It is not a “library,” like a university library, which takes its staff and students over to the library. It is not, like, a library with books and records, or a reference library, with some of the best people you can find in German, the so-called “Stiftungen” or research institutes. Not to say that the work here is not like a library. It is a whole different environment for librarians: one of high expectations, of professional dedication, of a high work pressure.
The librarian starts her new job in the Bremen branch in the very pleasant and well ordered office of the branch manager, a man who is just like all of Bremen’s librarians; the only difference is that she does not say: “Mamma, today’s your day off, you should come with me to work.
Creating dynamic programming for children’s libraries.
When I started teaching libraries at the end of the last decade, the teaching of programming concepts to toddlers with very young children was still in its early days. I’d like to think I had a profound impact but that’s a topic for another post.
I can’t pretend we’ve made a dent in programming literacy in children, but we hope to have made strides in other areas.
This blog is a place to share how I’ve used the web tools to teach kids programming concepts and how I’ve been able to use these tools to give them a more concrete idea of what it all means.
Today, I’ll share a video of a talk I gave at the LUGLUG 2010 conference in Baltimore, Maryland, on Friday, October 27th. A follow up to yesterday’s talk which went over many of the ideas I discussed in there.
It’s been quite an experience to travel all that way home for that presentation — I’d had some troubles getting to Baltimore and the LUGLUG conference, but it’s been a marvelous experience.
While it’s been quite a while since I’ve been with my latest book, it’s easy to forget that I did a whole blog about it, so I thought I’d share that with you, as well as my other two books, which are on my website.
I’m back with another post after a little bit of a break. I’m back after what turned out to be a lovely trip to the Baltimore County Library System’s Bookfair.
I’m going to make one correction to the title of this post, because it turned out to be far too long, but that’s a minor matter.
I also made another small correction to the content of the book I’m publishing today, because it’s more about software development than anything else.
The role of librarian in a rural library
The idea of rural library services has always been one that has been a topic of discussion in most discussions in libraries. With a focus on urban libraries because of their easy access to computerized information systems, there has always been a debate in libraries as to who should provide rural libraries with services. With increasing research and research of rural libraries, the role of librarians has evolved from one dealing with information technology to one that deals with the user experience. This has meant a shift in the role of librarians as they are now providing libraries located in rural locations. There has been a growing demand for libraries in places such as rural communities, where there is no computer. This demand has been seen by libraries as the first step toward a rural library. As computers such as the Internet become popular, there have been a host of organizations that have begun to offer services for libraries. Today, there are many organizations like the University of Texas, that offer computer information services to libraries. In the future, as more and more people that are not connected to the Internet want to use the Internet, the demand for these services will only increase.
One of the main goals of libraries in rural communities is to provide as much Internet access as they can. This will help to maintain the internet connection that the library has in place and will allow the library to provide the same level of access to computers that any other library can. The internet connection that most libraries have in place are not enough to be able to provide all service that libraries need to do their jobs. For example, if a library needs to look up the address of the nearest library, the internet connection they have in place can only get them half of the way there, as the library has to try its best to connect to the library server in the library to look up the address.
This is, therefore, what one should expect from rural libraries when using computers in rural locations. Libraries should try to use whatever computers they can to allow them to provide as much of a connection to the library server as they can. As computers become more popular, and the number of people that are not connected to the internet increases, libraries might have to look at the technology used to allow library clients to provide services.