Against the Grain is your key to the latest news about libraries, publishers, book jobbers, and subscription agents. Look for old bottles of Barolo — the quality is quite high. About off the shelf News about books, authors, and publishers from The Boston Globe. The ending of a negative relationship or a failed project is discouraging for partners. Ending a Partnership Why do partnerships end? Link Comments Posted by guest June 24,
These were called opistographs. The movement has been well received in many European countries and growing consideration is being given by libraries and consortia in North America. Know what our library has. The Gathering By Anne Enright. This type of universal participation can be driven by mandate whether a board or higher funding agency or because a particular resource or service is so compelling that all want to voluntarily participate. Hopefully when a partnership is not working well, steps to resolve problems have been taken.
John Lavender has been doing surveys of our subscribers, Pat Sabosik has been drawing flowcharts and making great suggestions, Matt Branton, Tom Gilson and Leah Hinds have been making comments and suggestions. In preparing for the Charleston Conference presentation that spawned this guest editing gig for Against the Grain, my fellow collaborators and I used Docs and Sheets to edit our presentation, and to chat online shown on the right-hand column of the screen as we edited. Library Analytics is about curating data, and we have a new column by the multi-focused Jared Seay on games and gamification in libraries. Get Daily discounts and offers on sporting events, plays, concerts, museums and other events around town. The Myth of the Tough Negotiator from page 22 most helpful customers explain what they see and want so that publishers and vendors can work to customize to those needs.
I love the challenge of connecting cutting-edge technology with the needs of our passionate and intelligent customers. The Scholarly Commons folks and the Penn librarians share a kind of blindness that afflicts many in libraryland as well as many of the OA partisans — they have a vision of the. For instance, mashups and hackathons have provided an outlet for partnerships to develop. The Appeal By John Grisham. Link Comments Posted by guest March 8,