So, did OCLC greenlight this position or not? We are wondering at DLF.
On Thursday, September 29, 2011, don warner saklad <[log in to unmask]>
> Our Boston Public Library needs to develop a more open encouraging
> environment that we have folks with the best talents and skills! Begin
> with fomenting exchanges where current BPLers can be free to express
> their points of views. At this time BPLers are squelched by an
> oppressive environment of relatively closed minded collegial managers.
> Our Boston Public Library needs to be a Learning Library where
> professionals, where all the folks at the counters and desks can
> advance their expertise on site for credit with on site academic
> programs administered by University of Massachusetts at Boston or
> Northeastern Univeristy. We have Medical Centers that are Learning
> Hospitals, we need Learning Libraries for information studies careers
> advancement. Also on site for introducing people to library and
> information careers. Most BPLers are squelched, suppressed expressing
> their concerns for fear of reprisals by the fickle pissants!
> University of Rhode Island tried once but got blocked by overpriced
> Simmons a college that is short on extensive financial resources for
> study. University at Albany would be a great fit for a demonstration
> Learning Library project at our Boston Public Library should we get
> political powers to support that, see also