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Author Archives: Doug Murdock
I’ve just hung the latest “Voices from the Globe” exhibit here in the gallery for a “Soft Opening” on Monday, October 8th. All of you present on campus that day will be able to take advantage of a “Sneak Peak” … Continue reading
Dominate Databases! One of the best, and I think least used Reference Resources available in the library isn’t a book or a journal, but is a database! That’s right- a database! Now please understand, I’m quite fond of books; I’m … Continue reading
I had an interesting conversation this week with Dr. Carman Paulson, another of our “Fabulous Faculty” that I’m sure many of you will appreciate. Imagine yourself, having “gone down a path” that you know just isn’t right for you, and … Continue reading
Become a Flash Card Fanatic! I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found that if I have to memorize lots and lots of repetitive, and dare I say dull, information (think Russian vocabulary words) I like to make flash … Continue reading
The first time I met Laura Harris, I knew we would hit it off right away. Ms. Harris is another of our “Fabulous Faculty”, and teaches English here for us at Globe – Sioux Falls. Like me, she has a … Continue reading
Remember when I talked to you about the O*NET Dictionary of Occupational Titles last week? Well hang onto your hats, because this week’s resource, the Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook (7th edition) makes that one sing! Both of these used together … Continue reading
I talked with Autumn Whitely last week. I’m sure you all know Autumn; she’s one of our Vet Tech instructors. Something you may not have known about her, though, is that she didn’t start out to be a vet tech; … Continue reading
Great Jobs! Money! Vacations on the Beach! That New Truck You’ve Always Wanted! There- do I have your attention?! The Reference Resource this week can be one step on your path to these and other goals. The O*NET Dictionary of … Continue reading
Living in “Library Land”, you get to see some really unique and interesting books, as well as some that are just strange but fascinating. Strange? You know; the kind of book you can’t quite believe that someone actually took the … Continue reading