Tag Archives: Budapest

Migrant Crisis in the Social Media News

At the end of August Hungary, the small country I live in, became front  and center on the world’s stag as thousands of migrants flooded our border and were stranded in our train stations. World history was happening right here! Although, … Continue reading

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My hyperlinked journey: writing my context book report

I’ve had this blog post on my mind ever since I was writing my context book report, so I thought I would finally would write it. As I stated in my book report Carr argues in The Shallows that our brains … Continue reading

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Print Resources for Out-of-Country Students

As a quite Caucasian female, who wears glasses and loves to read, in many ways I fit the stereotype of a typical MLIS student, yet I also represent diversity, in that I am online MLIS student who is studying away … Continue reading

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Never Give Up!

One of the mottos for my life is ‘never give up.’ Even when everything around me seems like it is caving in, and I want to escape the danger by just giving up and taking the easy road, I try … Continue reading

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