like all college campuses, and especially urban campuses, space is an issue. my office won't be ready until mid-august. luckily, there's wireless to be had at gleeson library - geschke learning resource center, so i've made it my current office. gleeson library means a lot to me. the night before my job interview, i walked around campus and found myself in the library. i explained my situation to the librarian and he let me walk around. i entered the library with shards of my job talk shooting this way and that way and left, about an hour later, calm and focused. it's a beautiful library.
most of yesterday and today's work has been with the september project. today, seven libraries from six different states signed up to participate:
- from arkansas, the d.w.reynolds library and technology center at philander smith college in little rock is participating;
from california, the irwindale public library joined;
from florida, the american intercontinental university south florida campus library, in weston, signed up to participate;
from new york, the voorheesville public library is planning a september project event;
from rhode island, the james p. adams library, at rhode island college, is participating for a second time;
and from texas, little elm public library and weatherford public library joined.
now it's time to log off, make my way back home, and explore another part of the city with sarah.