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Archive for August, 2010

More On Meaning And Creative Showering

No, this isn’t a post about how you get meaning from your creative showering. I want to just follow up on two different posts with some new thoughts and links for you. My most recent post shared some insights from the retreat I attended along with my colleagues in our public services units. In that […]

The Library Retreat Experience: Explaining What You Mean By Meaning

When you put the words “library” and “retreat” together that can be an off-putting combination for many library workers. It conjures images of boring presentations, a good day wasted, and lots of talk and no action. Fortunately, the public services retreat held recently at MPOW was none of those. It had its share of high […]