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- America's economic unique selling points are at risk - Financial Times December 13, 2017
- The Big Read: Boom and bust - how tech hubs are killing Middle America - New Zealand Herald December 12, 2017
- Ed Lee, San Francisco's First Asian-American Mayor, Dies at 65 - New York Times December 12, 2017
- Eliminating net neutrality would hurt rural America - The Hill December 12, 2017
- Researchers predict 'vaccine scares' using Google and Twitter trends - CBC.ca December 11, 2017
- The Tax Overhaul Could Cripple the US as a Leader in Science - MIT Technology Review December 11, 2017
- Old Ways Meet New Tech (and New Students) at Meeting of Library and Academic Leaders - EdSurge December 1, 2017
- How a half-educated tech elite delivered us into chaos - The Guardian November 19, 2017
- We Need to Retool Higher Ed to Defeat Robots - Daily Beast November 18, 2017
- Reference and Subject Librarian
- Georgia Tech Library
- Website: www.library.gatech.edu
- Twitter: @reannon
I've been a librarian at Georgia Tech since 1988, and have always had an interest in technology. This has included organizing programs that included nationally-known library technology gurus such as Karen Schneider and Marshall Breeding. I am now part of the Faculty Engagement Department in the Georgia Tech Library, and we are charged with outreach and developing services for faculty and graduate students. Several of our classes discuss tools for improving academic workflow. I teach courses on current awareness tools, finding data (particularly in the social sciences), and essential resources for grad students.
I bought a Nook Color last year, and my already high rate of reading - I don't have a life - has increased. I joined LibraryThing in late 2006 and use it to catalog the books I've read. This year I should pass the 1000 book mark (pun intended). This last weekend I read the sequel to Discovery of Witches, Shadow of Night. Started Saturday afternoon and finished at 6:30 am Sunday morning. Now that's biblioholism!
I am also part of the crazy cat lady librarian meme, though currently have only one cat. Cats invented the internet, you know.