Daily Archives: May 17, 2011

Why the yellow button? Why the silent protest?

Today, as of this posting, the UT Librarians Blog has had more than 280 viewings. The updates on the yellow button have initiated a flurry of responses, emails, requests for buttons across the country and questions from some colleagues, who … Continue reading

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More Yellow Buttons to Come – “Academic Librarians ARE the Future”

CAUT is producing more yellow buttons, which should be arriving in the UTFA office tomorrow. Another 250-300 buttons are being produced and distributed at the up and coming Canadian Association of College and University Librarian during the CLA conference in … Continue reading

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The Yellow Button with the logo “Academic Librarians ARE the Future” a Big Success – Hits Tweets!

Academic librarians at the McMaster conference today have been distributing the yellow button with the logo “Academic Librarians ARE the Future” and have run out of supplies. This yellow button is a silent protest against the recent events at McMaster … Continue reading

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University of Regina, Librarians and Archivists Council – Pass a Motion to Support McMaster University Librarians

Canadian universities and academic librarians are gradually rallying to openly show support for the McMaster University librarians: “On April 29th, 2011, the Librarians’ and Archivists’ Council at the University of Regina unanimously passed a motion in support of the librarians … Continue reading

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