For a full list of my professional activities, click this link, but here is a shorter, less formal version in a nutshell – I’ve been a librarian for over twenty-six years . (This followed a short, painful stint as a historical museum curator.) I started my library career in children’s work and then switched over to being the reigning “techie” since I was the only one who actually owned a computer on staff. This was back in, gasp, 1986! Fifteen years ago I became the Electronic Resources Librarian as well as Local History and Genealogy Guru. I’m still a reference librarian at heart, so it’s a great mix – thus the term, “well-rounded” in my blog title. In my spare time, I train librarians through the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (formerly Michigan Library Consortium) and give talks on ebooks & ereaders as well as various aspect of genealogical research. I have a Master’s Degree in American History and a Master’s in Library Science. Never in a million years did I dream I’d become a web developer and cheerleader for Library 2.0 technology. This blog is about the joys and sorrows of being a “well rounded librarian” from the baby-boomer generation now living in a world of technology. Contact me at email@example.com.