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text 2017-09-14 02:01
Reading progress update: I've read 52 out of 512 pages.
The Organization of Information (Library and Information Science Text Series) - Daniel N. Joudrey,Arlene G. Taylor

Really digging this.   The text is... larger.   Like physically larger.  The text is small enough in my other text book that I was finding it frustrating as it was harder for me to read. 


With bigger text here, it's much, much easier to read.  Both books are fascinating, so far, though.

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text 2017-09-08 17:55
Reading progress update: I've read 17 out of 880 pages.
Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, 5th Edition (Library and Information Science Text) - Melissa A. Wong,Linda C. Smith

Some updates will be weird: regular text posts, as I take this in.  I'll end up not finishing this book, at least not within this class: I'm jumping to chapter five and six next and then chapter three for a class further down the line. 


Fascinating what a librarian does and doesn't do and how it happened, and yet for someone who's more into fiction than non-fiction, extra dry  as well.  


Luckily it's about time to take a break for lunch and then we'll see how far I get today.  I have about forty pages, and some short articles to read for Monday, and I have to read one syllabus for Monday and one for Tuesday, with the teacher for the Monday class - aka, the one I'm reading this for - asking us to print out the syllabus.   All incredibly doable.   

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text 2017-09-03 23:45
Loving it so far
Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata - Philip Hider

As mind bending, or as semantic as these books get, it could be dry.   Some of the ways things like metadata are talked about are dry: it's very much about dissecting what it is, and how to use metadata.  


I'm pretty fanatic about this type of logical structure, although I may not seem like it all the time.   I suck at using tags in BL, but I get upset when things are mistagged.  I just know it's a 'me' thing so I suck it up and either fix it if I made a mistake, or know that sometimes they're going to be wrong, at least from my point of view, because different perspectives.   (Or even someone just being wrong.  It does happen sometimes: if it's labeled vampires and there are none, well...)


Point is, I like this.

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