Category Archives: Rarely Sited blog

A chocolate apology

What do industrial quantities of chocolate cake, two bridesmaids’ dresses, and a swimming pool full of tomato soup have in common? Well, for a start they are all mentioned here by way of an apology for the lack of activity … Continue reading

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Cases in point: June guest posts

One thing that makes starting community engagement projects in special collections challenging is the lack of accessible written examples of good practice.¬† To improve the situation I have asked some librarians¬†who are doing successful outreach to blog about their work … Continue reading

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Put me in the picture

…or rather take me out of it. I’m totally embarrassed by the narcissium of having my face on the front of this blog. But it was the only nice picture of special collections and people that I have the rights … Continue reading

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