Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Andrew K. Shenton

Hello again library fans,

I had some pretty amazing news this morning.

Over the past several years I have read numerous articles in various library-related publications written by Andrew K. Shenton. His work often concerns school libraries and the researching habits of young people. He appeared several times in the bibliography for my library dissertation and I've always regarded him as a Famous Librarian. (Phil Bradley is another of these FLs and I was in awe when I attended a seminar of his last year, but anyhoo - I digress...)

A letter awaited me at work this morning - Dr. Shenton has quoted me in his latest paper! This marvellous article is entitled 'Modelling-through-reaction: its nature, implementation and potential,' and is in Library and Information Research, Volume 33, Number 105, pp51-61. I crack a small mention on p52.

I am thrilled beyond belief! Who'd have thought it? Certainly not me! Thank you Andrew.

1 comment:

  1. That's very kind of you Cara. I hope that you weren't disappointed with the seminar!