Category Archives: Lifelong Learning

Reflections on a Certificate in Higher Education Teaching

Last spring, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to pursue a certificate in higher education teaching. I had meant to draft a reflection piece afterward, but as with so many things last year, COVID and the resulting transition to … Continue reading

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Who Teaches Tech? (Spoiler: Librarians!)

We’re six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and I think it’s clear by now that the way we learn, teach, and engage with each other may forever be changed. For better or worse, technology is an even bigger part of … Continue reading

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Making Friends, Memories and a Soundtrack During a Covid-19 Spring and Summer

At Emory Law Library we are all still working from home, but for me, one of the unexpected perks of staying at home is the making of new friends. Emory Law requires all administration and staff members to have daily … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Fear of Missing Out

I’ve always been the type of person to volunteer for things; party planning, steering committees, the group needs a treasurer? Sure! I can help with that. This is probably one of the million reasons I became a librarian. I’m sure … Continue reading

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