My apologies to REM, but that song always runs through the back of my mind during major life transitions. Monday was my last class at GSLIS, yesterday I turned in my last assignment, and next Wednesday is my last day at my GAship, with graduation on Sunday.
Everything continues to fall into place. As mentioned before, an article I wrote for an independent study last semester (“Podcasts as an Emerging Information Resource”) is being published in College & Undergraduate Libraries . I discusses the use of podcasts in higher education and what that might mean for academic libraries and their collection development policies. Maybe I should followed it up with “Podcasts as an Information Resource in Rural Libraries”?
For now, though, we have 9 days (counting today) until the graduation company arrives. In that time, we have to finish packing and tie up all the other loose ends in C-U.
Our move has prompted my mom to get Internet at home again. I did the research for her and we went to Best Buy to pick up a netbook, wireless router, wireless printer and such. The entire set-up ran about $700 and she’ll be using Skype video chat to stay in touch.
It truly is the end of the world as we know it when one of my parents uses Skype video chat! (Mom, if you find this blog, I mean that in a good way!)