End-of-term status report

Final group project for systems analysis class: Turned in on Monday. (And you know what? I really dig entity relationship diagrams.)

Final exam for systems analysis class: Taken. Whew. A bit tougher than I thought, but not impossibly so.

Final bibliography for information resources and services class: Uploaded to Blackboard today.

My first term of library school: Officially done. Wow, already?

And now my brain needs a rest, or at least a change of pace. I think this winter break will be a good time to read something completely non-academic. Any suggestions? I’ve been meaning to read Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy, so maybe I’ll start there.

3 Responses to “End-of-term status report”

  1. Anna says:

    His Dark Materials will be great to read for a break from library school!

  2. Christa says:

    These are the 2 books I’ve just started. I’ve fallen impossibly behind with fiction but just finished a course on Reader’s Advisory so have been inspired to get back to it.
    Congrats on the end of the quarter. It’s a great feeling to be “done” for a bit, isn’t it?

  3. Amanda says:

    Oh, good — I was hoping I’d picked a good winter-break read. Thanks for the endorsement!
    Hi Christa! I loved Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, and am intermittently rereading it right now, as a matter of fact. And yes, two exam-and-homework-free weeks = bliss.