Ranganathan, and Godwin's day

I'm a little blogged out after liveblogging on Tuesday, so today a couple of unconnected items I happened across. Firstly, a librarian identifies how she thinks Ranganathan's Five Laws of Library Science apply to a college library (information literacy is mentioned!):
Tracy, C. (2011) "On Mistakenly Shredding a Prized Collection." Chronicle of higher education, 25 July. http://chronicle.com/article/On-Mistakenly-Shredding-a/128366/
Secondly, Peter Godwin has blogged his day (which includes a good deal of information literacy) as part of the librarians' day-in-the-life project: his post is at http://infolitlib20.blogspot.com/2011/07/day-in-life-project-round-7-26-july.html
Photo by Sheila Webber: Tomatoes, Farmers Market, July 2011
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