CommComm posted on November 18, 2010 23:00

If you are a faculty researcher and would like to update your profile by adding publications or making changes, here is the link to use:

 perfectprofiles@collexis.com.

 

If you have questions, please contact your departmental Informationist by using this link: (use the scroll down menu)

http://www.welch.jhu.edu/liaison/index.html

 

Alonzo LaMont


CommComm posted on November 12, 2010 18:39

I posted this in on Facebook, and I don't like to repeat---but this one deserves some PR double duty. Here's the link, and I've enclosed a paragraph on the App that caught our eye (it Victoria Goode's eye who forwarded it to my eye)

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/11/technology/personaltech/11smart.html?_r=1&src=me&ref=general

 

"EVERNOTE (FREE) The company advertises this as a personal digital assistant, and it’s an apt description. Evernote is a traveling notepad that synchronizes with desktop and browser software (also free). Use your iPhone to copy an image, take a photo, record a voice memo or jot down a note, and it appears on your computer (and vice versa). It also recognizes your written text, within limits. The free version stores a fair amount of information, but for $45 a year, you needn’t sweat the data limits."

 

Alonzo LaMont


CommComm posted on October 26, 2010 23:33

3 cheers to Lavinia Wiggs. She'll be joining the Finance and Administration department, filling the position of payroll coordinator. In the words of Matt Damon from "Good Will Hunting"---"Hows about dem apples". Congrats Lavinia!

Alonzo LaMont


CommComm posted on October 5, 2010 23:21

Just in case no one has seen it, we get the newsletter from their office. Who among us couldn't use a little more professional development.

Newsletter 10 4 10.doc (213.00 kb)


CommComm posted on July 2, 2010 02:01

Jazmyn Lewis, who attends Baltimore City college. And those glasses add just the right touch, yes? I think so.

 

 

Justin Farabee, a Lake Clifton graduate. Justin plans to do some mortuary science. You know what means, right. Right, he's probably gonna show up on "CSI-Baltimore".

 

 

Tremara McKeemer, who goes to Baltimore Poly-Tech. That must be a cup of coffee because Tremara seems forever busy. I think Tremara's been adapted by Marie and Michael, that's why she only has time for a quick cup of coffee. I KID! All three seem pretty quick to pick up the WSC routine, and they bring a pleasant attitude everyday. How can you beat that, sez I? We've had several summer interns who continued working in libraries as they attended college. You never know when some on-the-fly librarianship will come in handy.

Alonzo LaMont


CommComm posted on May 25, 2010 20:39

You don't want to lose your RefWorks account. Nobody would. So, follow the instructions on the link to ensure that your information stays active. This is valuable info so please read  CAREFULLY.

 

 

http://www.welch.jhu.edu/welch_tutorials/documents/RefWorksAlumniAccounts1.pdf


CommComm posted on May 17, 2010 17:37

This is from Elizabeth Smith. What you don't see is Alonzo flying through the clouds. Not a care in the world. Bliss. Karma. What? You didn't know I had wings? Had a little Superman in me? I don't usually like to brag but.....

We're getting lots of great pictures for the Photo Contest. So if you know a friend---tell 'em to dust off the Nikon and send us some love.

 


CommComm posted on April 16, 2010 20:04

Jacqueline Woodruff entered this in the Photo Contest for "the funniest shot". She called it "Sunmaid Girls". Alonzo says I  guess this is what you have to do when you're "raisin chickens". (Don't laugh it'll just encourage me) 


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