I am the director of a small college library located in the hills of southern Vermont. We serve a campus of about 300 undergraduates and a graduate school comprising about 100 students, mostly in low-residency and distance programs. Our library is notable for its commitment to open source (Koha ILS, CUFTS Serials Management) and our honor system.
This blog is where I think out loud about issues affecting librarianship, academia, and the information economy. Views expressed are my own and not necessarily those of my employer(s).
(Etiology of blog name: My office at the library feels like a reverse snowglobe. I sit inside of glass walls and watch it snow outside 8 months a year. I’m not complaining.)