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Event Robin Ewing

by Sarah Hammill on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 05:01 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of September 22nd is

Robin Ewing

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Event Mario Macias

by Sarah Hammill on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 06:45 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of September 15th is

Mario Macias

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Event Joanne Smyth

by Kirk MacLeod on Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 10:23 am

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of September 8th is

Joanne Smyth

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Event Heather Weltin

by Kirk MacLeod on Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 10:54 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of September 1st is

Heather Weltin

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Event Michael Whitchurch

by Sarah Hammill on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 05:04 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of October 6th is

Michael Whitchurch

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Event Bridget Farrell

by Sarah Hammill on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 05:02 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of September 29th is

Bridget Farrell

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Event Christine Tobias

by Sarah Hammill on Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 05:23 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of August 11th is

Christine Tobias

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Event IAmRUSA interviewee for the week of August 4th. Please feel free to ask me questions.

by Yuhfen Wu on Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 12:18 pm

My name is Yuhfen Diana Wu. People call me Diana. I have been working at the San Jose State University Library since I obtained my MLIS from the San Jose State University. The Library School has just changed its name to SJSU School of Information.  The second part of my career is very interesting and exciting by working in a joint library with the City of San Jose. My expertise is in business resources and research.
 

My name is Yuhfen Diana Wu. People call me Diana. I have been working at the San Jose State University Library since I obtained my MLIS from the San Jose State University. The Library School has just changed its name to SJSU School of Information.  The second part of my career is very interesting and exciting by working in a joint library with the City of San Jose. My expertise is in business resources and research.
 
Over my career, I have been very active in ALA and library professions. I am a former Councilor-at-Large, a former president of Chinese American Librarians Association, and many more. See my profile at http://works.bepress.com/sjsu_diana_wu/ .

 
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose is an interesting place to work, to be inspired, and to inspire other. If you'd like to know more about my work, please contact me.
 

IAmRUSA interviewee  for the week of August 4. Please send me your questions.

 

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Event Roger Strong

by Sarah Hammill on Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 05:20 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of July 28th is

Roger Strong

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Event Liane Taylor

by Sarah Hammill on Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 03:43 pm

IAmRUSA Interviewee for the Week of July 21st is

Liane Taylor

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Testing out this community for the IAmRUSA project

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Hello, everyone.  I am RUSA -- and decided to demonstrate that fact by creating a video that talks about me and the benefits of RUSA.  You can watch it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kZwmdMkxrA It's a little long, but well worth the time it takes to watch.  My wife calls it a RUSA Infommercial  -- see what you think.

Please send me questions -- about me, about reference, about the video, about RUSA, about life, about anything (Remember, I am a reference librarian so I should be able to look something up when I do not know the answer!).  I'll give you an answer -- and it should be right 55% of the time.

Now two questions for you:

1.  The opening shot of the video was inspired by what major motion picture (and I know that you all have seen it, since it is always on some cable channel)?

2.  What is the inspiration for the 55% quip that I mentioned above?

Five imaginary points to the first person who answers each of those questions (and you never know when you might need five additional imaginary points!).

 

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