Information Literacy: Education for the Future

Charles

I make my money as a web developer at a tech security company. I chase my passions as a director for the Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Over the last couple of years I've come to love this city, and I want to see it be as great as it can be. Why am I here?

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  1. Alison says:

    Libraries have changed a lot since I started working in 1990. We had just gotten computers for checking customers in and out but the card catalog was still around. One thing that hasn't changed- and shouldn't- is children's story hour. There are so many wonderful kid's books!

    • Charles says:

      I remember bits of how libraries have advanced. I think one of the best things for libraries, librarians, and students has been the improvement of library catalog software. I recall in middle school and high school choosing to walk the aisles looking for what I wanted rather than try to figure out what was going on in the electronic system.

  2. Alison says:

    I agree and it's nice of you to say so! Here in Wrinklewood, FL it's never good enough for these old folks. And being of AARP age myself, I sorta understand their frustrations. Mostly I think they just like to grump.

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