March 2002

Friday 29 March

  • IATUL (16:46) - For the directors among us, April 1st is the last day for the early-bird registration rate for IATUL 2002. The conference is in Kansas City, June 2-6. If not, I'm not in a good mood today because I had planned... | 0 Comments

Tuesday 26 March

  • Bullit Lecture (16:45) - For those in the Louisville, KY area, the Mathematics department at the University of Louisville is presenting his annual Bullit Lecture. The guest is Keith Devlin from Stanford University, aka NPR's the Math Guy. The lecture is about the New... | 0 Comments

Monday 18 March

  • Baldwin Hall (16:43) - Last January, the Engineering Library of the University of Cincinnati reopened after intensive renovations of historic Baldwin Hall. Among the new features is the Info Commons, a 24-hour card access area with an open computer facility and two computer classrooms.... | 0 Comments

Saturday 9 March

  • IWD (16:42) - Today is the International Women Day. Bid a good day to all the female librarians and the female engineers you know (that should respectively an high number and a low number, regrettably for the engineers). This is the ACRL Women's... | 0 Comments

Thursday 7 March

  • OT (16:41) - OK, slight OT blog today. Blake Carver, publisher of LISnews.com, made his Top 10 librarian personalities on the Web. Let's hope one day to make the list. The Net has self-organizing properties, via communities of interest. Read more here. Somehow,... | 0 Comments

Friday 1 March

  • Ethics (16:40) - Always an important subject - and I hope not a disregarded one - ethics. The Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands is holding the Research in Ethics and Engineering conference on April 25 and 26. More details at http://onlineethics.org/events/index.htm.... | 0 Comments