It is with a heavy heart that I must tell y’all this is my last post for Hack Library School. When I agreed to write for the site I did […]
Samuel Hansen is a bipedal humanoid of a type primarily found on the third planet of an ordinary star in a spiral galaxy of no special note. He produces a lot of podcasts, writes from time to time, shares thoughts and things with the world, and enjoys yellow watermelon.
I recently had the pleasure of writing a post about some topic modeling research I did for a Digital Humanities class I took last year for our fellow library blog […]
This is part 2 of a two part post about the ways in which a Liaison Librarian can help support scholarly communication. You can read part one which covers how […]
This is part 1 of a two part post about the ways in which a Liaison Librarian can help support scholarly communication. Recently I was invited to interview for an […]
What does a data model for long term storage of podcasts look like? For a person just entering into library school this may not seem like an obvious question you […]
Did you know that not only is the Smithsonian made up of 19 museums it also has 21 libraries? I, for one, will readily admit that I had no idea […]
As you work through your time in library school you are going to become intimately familiar with many different databases. You will know the ins and out of those hosted […]