One Week and Two Assignments Left

I'm doing an
annotated bibliography on the corporatization of public libraries for
501 (sort of a recurring theme with my work here so far) and then I
have to do a Request for Proposals for 505.  Then I'm done my
first semester of library school.  How crazy is that?  Next
week is going to be busy…

Monday
– Final 503 class, should get back a bunch of assignments including my
final Reference Question and marks for our final group
presentation.  Then Destressor at Grad Club where they present the Spirit of Librarianship Award.
Tuesday
– M&D arrive in the afternoon for a 12 day visit.  In the
evening, I have my final 501 class where I'll hand in my annotated
bibliography.
Wednesday
– will probably do a bunch of running around with M&D, shopping and
local sightseeing/orientation then in the evening, we're hoping to have
the first of what might become monthly library-themed film
nights.  Quinn's taken the lead on this project but is trying to
get me into an usher outfit.  Unlikely!
Thursday
– we have our final Lunch Bucket Speaker of the semester at noon. 
It'll be a panel discussion called “Here in The Real World: Life Before
(And After) MLIS” featuring three first-term students speaking about
their experiences in the program versus what they found working in
libraries.  Then I have my final class of semester is 505 at which
time I'll hopefully have my Request for Proposals ready to hand in
(though I can hand it in next week if I need the extra time – very
generous of the instructor to make this option available for the class
knowing how busy we'd all be at the end of term.)  Then I might
just have a beer at the Grad Club to celebrate. 

Then I'll relive high school by coming home drunk and having my parents look at me disapprovingly.  Ah, good times…
 



Comments 1

  1. Anonymous wrote:

    Such an awesome pic! That's how i feel! LMAO!
    dj

    Posted 09 Apr 2006 at 10:45 pm

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