Archive for November, 2007

East Asian Information Services Librarian: Librarian I or II

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

It seems that U of T really emphasizes on public services in East Asian Studies. Librarians interested in applying for this position must submit a covering letter, curriculum vitae, And the names, telephone numbers of three referees, in writing, to Library Human Resources, Robarts Library, Room 2054, 130 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A5 […]

A Tech Forecast: Library 2.0 in the Real World

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

RSS, YouTube, Blogs, Wikis, Facebook, MySpace, and more! There is a global conversation going on right now about what the next generation of the web will be like. It’s happening largely under the meme of Web 2.0. It’s about putting information into the real context of our users’ lives, learning, researching and playing. MySpace and […]

Canadian Digital Information Strategy

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

The Canadian Digital Information Strategy is currently issued in draft form for comment by any interested person or organization. Please note that comments are due by Nov 23, 2007. Diversity in digital content production is encouraged. Multicultural Canada and the Chinese-Canadian Genealogy website are mentioned in the draft. Besides thinking about the comment, shall we […]

Reading Chinese Books

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

Finish reading several Chinese books this rainy weekend, including two on health and parenting borrowed from friends. They made me feel relaxed and inspired. Megan just came over and told me how beautiful Mandarin is. That’s quite unusual! and I have to make a note here. We are lucky living in Vancouver with best Chinese […]

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