The Sunny Side (when available) of Mental Illness

By Stéphanie Pham-Dang I’m a reference librarian, because I like to connect with people. A colleague once compared me to sunlight. I’ve heard this before (see my first post). She watches me interacting, while she’s at the loan desk. She says I’m a circular conversationalist: patrons ask questions, I answer, then I ask them questions,Continue reading “The Sunny Side (when available) of Mental Illness”

A Few Thoughts on Coordinating Conference Panels

By Marcelo Rodríguez During this year’s Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), I will be coordinating four panels as well as taking on some important responsibilities as the current chair of the AALL Foreign, Comparative and International Law (FCIL) – SIS. To say that this is a lot of work isContinue reading “A Few Thoughts on Coordinating Conference Panels”