Library Etiquette Suggesions

This video was created by the Duke University Law Library. Its retro styling is reminiscent of archival footage of the type shown to science classes in the mid fifties. However, its suggestions are more modern than that because it discusses proper etiquette in regards to cell phones and laptops. It also lays out the guidelines for group projects and individual study. At just over three minutes, it is a bit long. However, it’s well done. I think it’ll do the job for which it was created. 

Discovered courtesy of the LibVid Awards Blog.

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I am a woman working in the Twin Cities as a programming Librarian.
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