Reflection: 2016 Accomplishments

For the past few years I've reflected on my professional practice and accomplishments at the end of the year.  I'm going to continue that tradition with this blog post albeit in a slightly more list based format than the reflective posts I've done in the past. In 2016 I did a lot of things including: … Continue reading Reflection: 2016 Accomplishments

Eight Years of Blogging

I started blogging back in September 2008 as part of a course requirement for a digital history class I took as part of my MA in Public History.  Looking back I have a hard time believing I've kept up with the practice for eight years.  There have been the occasional lulls in my writing but … Continue reading Eight Years of Blogging

Teaching and Learning in the Archives

The Hack Library School (HLS) blog recently included a post titled "How to Librarians Learn to Teach?"  The post looked at the challenges of being thrown into the librarian instruction fire and the lack of formal training many librarians (and archivists) have in teaching, despite the fact that many will probably run instruction sessions at … Continue reading Teaching and Learning in the Archives

Organization Social Media Accounts

For the past number of years I've been managing the Activehistory.ca social media accounts, namely Twitter and Facebook.  Since the fall I've also been managing Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr accounts for my work. The accounts are somewhat different in nature.  The Active History accounts are primarily used to promote new website content, so I don't … Continue reading Organization Social Media Accounts