This post is part of the Library Day in the Life project, in which librarians share what they really do. For anyone new to this blog, I'm Assistant Librarian in a faculty library at the University of Cambridge.
Things have settled down a bit here now that we're a full week back into term. We're still busy, which is great, but I also actually sat at my desk yesterday! In between the usual issue desk stints, I finished that reference I've been talking about, gave it to the colleague for her funding application, ordered some books (although the system kept crashing), wrote a blog post for the library blog about the Ask Shakespeare event, checked copyright for a book chapter to be added to the Camtools (our VLE), attended a meeting to plan a Food for Thought event which will take place next June, chatted with colleagues about their jobs so I have a better idea of how things fit together, did a bit of shelving, looked at websites with a colleague (in preparation for redesigning ours!) and prepared for and attended a review meeting with my librarian.