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Hee hee! Maybe it isn't a coincidence? Alas, in my own library career there were never any hot professors lurking down in the basement And if you should ever manage to source a couple of copies of 'Nympho Librarian', do let me know.

I'd love to own one and I'll pay any reasonable price. Portia, Nothing has changed - still no hot professors.

When I was working with the public I was just happy to see men who bathed on a regular basis. Katiebabs: Ha!

Jami: I found that image through the image hosting site I use. Alas, I'm not sure if the book really exists.

Well, it sure looks like a real book. Like the kind you'd find on the Pop Sensation blog. And yeah, I tried to search it up too.

And just a few seconds after my last post I decided to Google it. Jami - you have successfully succeeded in wrapping my fragile little mind LOL.

Portia - be sure to check out the riverofdata link. Seriously, wow. Some choice porn titles featuring librarians on that one. I won't look at my job the same way ever again!

See, those porn titles short-circuited my brain!!!!! I meant warping, of course. Learn to proof-read Wendy. Sorry to disillusion you but unless some university somewhere has a librarian porn collection you were unlikely to find Nympho Librarian on OCLC.

Public libraries are unlikely to collect this title so unless there's a neat special collection at some university--out of luck. That sucker was interlibrary loaned all over the country!

At one time it had circulated over times! We were the only ones in the country who had a copy except for a couple of special collections that wouldn't loan.

I think it was the only book on OCLC under the subject heading for foot fetish so if you wanted to know about that this book was your sole choice.

Why we bought it I'll never know but boy were we popular! She was the first person to earn a doctorate in library science from the University of Minnesota.

That same year, , she divorced her husband and moved with her two small children to Southern California, where she held librarian and professor positions at several universities.

To help other doctoral students select thesis topics, she wrote an annotated bibliography of library science dissertations.

So Schlachter started Reference Service Press. Her kids delivered books to the post office in red wagons. We would pack up books, fold up the flat pack boxes, putting the books in, using the tape to seal up the books, putting the labels on, putting the stamps on, putting the invoices in.

At first, the press was a part-time project Schlachter tended on top of her university job, and, later, her role as an executive at ABC-Clio Press.

But in , she turned her full attention to running her company. The need Schlachter identified was scholarships. She was worried about reports that men received disproportionately more financial aid than women.

Maybe she could tip the scales by tracking those opportunities down and sharing them. How can we get more women into college? Get them better treatment?

A book for veterans, military members and their families came in the late s, as did one for people with disabilities.

Then a guide for finding money to study abroad, and one for winning merit aid. All of this was powered by the database of scholarships Schlachter created—which has grown to nearly 30, entries—each item intricately tagged to indicate which kinds of students ought to apply for which opportunities.

As reader feedback relayed, this personalized approach to seeking financial aid worked. I was even able to dream of law school because of my low undergraduate debt!

Her books earned awards. And all the while, she sustained her connections to the library community.

She was active in Reforma , an association that advocates for offering Latino and Spanish-speaking communities more library services and materials.

She saw people for who they are. When Young ran for president of the American Library Association for and , she asked Schlachter to serve as her campaign treasurer.

Young won the race. At an ALA board meeting in April , the friends posed for a photo wearing similar black-and-white skirts. It was the last time they saw each other.

A few days later, Schlachter checked into the hospital. Each day, Dave wakes up, opens his computer and searches the internet for information about scholarships.

He carries his year-old laptop wherever he goes. Be hanging out in pool halls and bars? They lost touch after earning their degrees—history for him, library science for her—but reconnected later when they both wound up working in Southern California.

Their kids had joint birthday parties. Each shared tidbits the other might appreciate, like when Schlachter tipped Weber off that an airline had a pass for unlimited plane rides.

When Weber finds new information about a scholarship, he enters it into his database software. He still does some of the work in Microsoft Word.

The main database file is I swear in Spanish. The work Weber does online today, he and Schlachter used to do by hand. They sent letters in the mail to scholarship sponsors, asking them to write back with the latest information about the aid they offered.

The process evolved as technology improved. The database moved from paper to floppy disks to computer tapes to word processing programs. Schlachter stretched beyond books to experiment with digital data delivery.

Reference Service Press got its email address: findaid aol. And the company signed licensing deals with organizations that wanted to make data available to their members.

But Schlachter wanted to do more to make her data searchable online. Sumyyah Bilal, executive director of Eureka. Schlachter visited the Eureka office all the time, Bilal says.

The staff adored her. Around the time of the Eureka collaboration, Reference Service Press book sales started to drop, Weber says.

When his institution designed a new library, it scrapped the browsable reference section entirely, relegating the dwindling collection of big, non-circulating books to its Automated Storage and Retrieval System.

Instead of print books, he and his colleagues now help students and faculty use aggregated digital databases like Credo Reference and Gale Virtual Reference Library.

Meanwhile, Schlachter was waiting for a diagnosis of her own. She delayed getting a recommended medical test until after the ALA executive board meeting, and then went to the hospital for the routine procedure.

It was a shock. The press was orphaned. So Weber adopted it. When he took the train, or went to the beach, or visited his second home in Mexico, the database was always within his reach.

That asymmetry is rare in internet publishing. Many websites ask users to share personal data. Many more simply take it without asking.

Drew Magliozzi, an entrepreneur in Boston, wonders if it can be his way, too. He describes his vision for an open-access digital database of scholarships.

It would be rigorously maintained. It would be free to use. Before Winshall was a successful investor in technology startups, or co-founder of library technology companies SilverPlatter and Computer Library Services, or the subject of a TIME Magazine profile for enrolling simultaneously in law school at Harvard and business school at MIT, he went to high school in Detroit with a girl who grew up to be a librarian.

Winshall and Schlachter were business partners first. As their friendship grew, Winshall accepted her offer to visit the press in California, where she worked with her dog.

She would take the call. She would transfer the call to the desk and take the call sitting at a new desk.

It was fun, it was remarkable, appearing to be a substantially larger business than it was. After Schlachter died, Winshall tried to help her family find a new home for Reference Service Press.

They wanted it to survive. The press was too small to interest large companies. So Winshall pitched it to Magliozzi, thinking AdmitHub might find a use for it.

The astounding thing was with the codebook for the data. Printed out, the codebook is hundreds of pages long. There are codes for everything, Magliozzi marvels, from students whose ancestors fought in the Civil War to students who are left-handed.

So it acquired Reference Service Press for debt. Weber, the database caretaker, was part of the package. In exchange for his services, he got equity in AdmitHub.

Weber and AdmitHub continued to update and reprint books about scholarships.

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He describes his vision for an open-access digital database of scholarships. It would be rigorously maintained.

It would be free to use. Before Winshall was a successful investor in technology startups, or co-founder of library technology companies SilverPlatter and Computer Library Services, or the subject of a TIME Magazine profile for enrolling simultaneously in law school at Harvard and business school at MIT, he went to high school in Detroit with a girl who grew up to be a librarian.

Winshall and Schlachter were business partners first. As their friendship grew, Winshall accepted her offer to visit the press in California, where she worked with her dog.

She would take the call. She would transfer the call to the desk and take the call sitting at a new desk. It was fun, it was remarkable, appearing to be a substantially larger business than it was.

After Schlachter died, Winshall tried to help her family find a new home for Reference Service Press. They wanted it to survive.

The press was too small to interest large companies. So Winshall pitched it to Magliozzi, thinking AdmitHub might find a use for it.

The astounding thing was with the codebook for the data. Printed out, the codebook is hundreds of pages long. There are codes for everything, Magliozzi marvels, from students whose ancestors fought in the Civil War to students who are left-handed.

So it acquired Reference Service Press for debt. Weber, the database caretaker, was part of the package. In exchange for his services, he got equity in AdmitHub.

Weber and AdmitHub continued to update and reprint books about scholarships. Within 12 months, the startup recouped its investment in the press, thanks to licensing fees from clients.

Meanwhile, AdmitHub built a prototype of a scholarship chatbot. At the end of the conversation, the chatbot offers grant matches. The product is good, Magliozzi says, but it needs a lot more work to be excellent—a resource that draws on behavioral science and artificial intelligence to be not only useful for students, but also enticing.

Originally, the company set out to serve students directly. Then its business model changed. Now, most of its clients are universities.

Competitors might take notice. More than 30 websites offer digital scholarship search tools, according to the National Scholarship Providers Association.

Most of them are free for students—services that charge money are more likely to be scams, the association reports. Many sites collect user information, which they sell to third parties sniffing for new business leads or use to entice advertisers.

Reference Service Press might have turned out like these sites. It was dipping its toe into the internet at the same time that Fastweb, another scholarship site, dove headfirst.

Born in , Fastweb used to employ a research team a half-dozen strong to find and vet financial aid opportunities, which it then matched to student users based on their personal characteristics.

To stay current, it relied on tech tools that automatically searched scholarship websites for changes—work that Weber does manually.

Fastweb is now owned by Monster. Or the press may have morphed into Scholarship Universe, another service that matches students with personalized scholarship recommendations.

The product, first developed at the University of Arizona, is now part of the portfolio of student financial services company CampusLogic , which sells subscriptions for it to colleges, which make it available to students for free.

Would these models please a librarian? Supporting a sophisticated scholarship search tool through philanthropy is possible—in theory, says Mark Kantrowitz, who helped to build the scholarship search system for Fastweb.

That their data is bad. Brian Gawne is a foundation executive, a retired Naval flight officer and a father to three children born within five years.

When the kids were in high school, Gawne sat them down and made his case. So, start writing. The organization also offers scholarships to children of service members.

So Gawne knew that his Navy career might make merit aid available to help his own military kids pay for college.

He tried the usual websites, but found their results too generic, figuring that every other parent in the country would also tell their children to apply for the obvious big corporate scholarships.

Grants tailored specifically to children of veterans, like his. Grants for kids whose parents were aviators. Eventually, the officers association dropped the database.

Gawne thought Fisher House might fill the void. He called the organization up and asked where it got its data. The answer: Reference Service Press.

Gawne tried to contact the press. How do they dress? If you automatically pictured a sour older woman in a cardigan covered with cat hair, then congratulations!

You have internalized the same librarian stereotypes that pop culture has been pushing since the days of black and white movies. Granted, modern depictions of librarians are a good deal more generous than those old chestnuts.

Librarians tend to be women. This is because of Melvil Dewey and he had mixed motives for stocking the profession with ladies , but the upshot is that librarianship is very female-friendly.

That said, there are plenty of male librarians, too. Historically, many people have entered librarianship as a second career. There are exceptions to this rule, too.

After all, student loans are a thing! This librarian stereotype hails from that benighted era when libraries were silent, tomblike places where patrons were to be seen and not heard.

Naturally, in an environment like this, patrons would only interact with librarians in a handful of proscribed ways: while checking out a book, while asking a direct question, or while being reprimanded.

The scariest of these is reprimand, so of course, people latched on. Librarians themselves have piled on this dumb trope.

All I can think of is the shushy specter of Ghostbusters , or that one episode of Miranda. Shushing also evokes a petty tyrant enforcing a dumb minor rule to extremes, which makes a nice narrative for people who just want to scream their little lungs out in the stacks.

I did not know about this wiki, and I get overwhelmed trying to keep track of new books, so thank you very much for returning to it! I love it that anonymous said that Romance of the Shoe is the one book about foot fetishes, making it your "sole choice.

Post a Comment. Remember a billion years ago when I started a wiki? You don't? Of course you don't - because I've been neglecting it for the last several months.

So this week I spent some time revamping and retooling my Upcoming Historical Romances wiki. For those of you new to the Bat Cave, this is a site where I dump titles of upcoming historical romances.

Why historicals? Because they're my first love and if I tried to do all of the romance sub genres I'd quickly go insane. It's nothing flashy, just author, title, ISBN, price and publisher.

Title links and book covers will take you to the Amazon page and author links will take you to the author's web site.

One thing I noticed during the revamping was that whoa doggie - a lot of reprints coming out in December. And one of them happens to be one of my all-time favorite westerns, Cherish by Catherine Anderson.

The copy in my keeper stash is hardly pristine, so I think I'm going to have to buy a shiny, new copy of the reprint edition although honesty, could that cover be any more blah?

In other news, where the heck have I been that I haven't spent any time over at Lust Bites? It's a group author blog featuring many Black Lace and Cheek authors.

I'm sure I've mentioned a time or two that when the Super Librarian decides to be naughty, her books of choice tend to be Black Lace titles.

And oh goodie - today the fabulous Portia Da Costa has an excerpt up of her forthcoming naughty librarian book, In Too Deep.

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