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Time Management for Playmakers

by Margaret Jane Ambrose Lately, I have been thinking a lot about time.  Mostly because I could use more of it (but then who couldn’t?), but also because I’ve been fielding a lot of questions about what I do with … Continue reading

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March Madness: An Open Love Bracket to our Profession

It’s that time of the year again, when everyone from the POTUS to the office stock boy fills out their brackets for the NCAA basketball tournament.  It has become vogue of late to unveil a tournament style bracket for all … Continue reading

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“Going Over the Top”: One Librarian’s Foray into a Part-Time JD Program

You history majors or just history buffs out there will instantly recognize the phrase, “going over the top” and how it was used by soldiers in WWI to describe to act of climbing out of their trench and out into … Continue reading

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