At Oberlin and elsewhere, a long-established liberal matrix is crumbling beneath a new wave of student activism.
Source: The Big Uneasy – The New Yorker
Let’s hear it for teaching respectful democratic communication strategies!
So whatever happens with the nomination, we respectfully request that Bernie soon organize a broad series of grassroots gatherings where those who have worked so hard for him will get the best possible training and inspiration toward becoming lifelong activists who’ll make a tangible difference in the day-to-day business of saving this planet.
“Humans were not meant to sit still all day.”
Where oh where do [academic libraries] think they’re going to find needed programmers to enlist to get this massive project done? I’ll say the obvious: It won’t happen.
Best in School/University 2016
Article by Marshal Breeding…
EBSCO has contributed funding to a new open source library services platform aimed at academic libraries, with early versions expected to be ready by 2018.
· Make a work to-do list the day before.
· Get a full night’s rest (min 8 hours)
· Avoid hitting snooze.
· Exercise (before work or during the work day).
· Practice a morning ritual.
· Eat breakfast.
· Arrive at the office on time.
· Check in with their boss and/or employees.
· Tackle the big projects first.
· Avoid morning meetings.
· Allot time for following up on messages.
· Take a mid-morning break.