IL 2006: Research Re-loaded

The best things during a conference aren’t always just the actual official presentations and workshops. Fascinating moments can also be the meetings and informal chats in between the sessions. The other day, during lunch, I had an interesting conversation with Audrey Wright, a reference librarian from the Princeton University Library. We talked about jazz – she’s a saxofon player very much into klezmer music, which I just love! 🙂 We also discussed the sometimes creative tension that we can experience between “official” professional life and “private” professional life, and I was lucky to be informed about a cool promotion video she and her collegues at the Office of Information Technology at the University of Princeton produced some years ago. It’s actually a kind of library environment re-make of Matrix Re-loaded, showing the great services that the library offers to their students! Click here and enjoy! 🙂


One Response

  1. Cool video… I’m thinking about doing the same with Ingemar Bergmans “Det sjunde inseglet”… 🙂 🙂 🙂

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