Whovian in the Library

The Doctor Who episode “Silence in the Library” is particularly popular with Doctor Who fans who are librarians, since the episode is set in a planet-sized library. Butler University recently hired a new librarian, Franny Gaede, who is a Whovian. And so soon after getting to campus, this appeared on her door:

I love that, since she is a librarian, Franny used a font that is in the public domain, and an image from a coloring book which permits reproduction for non-commercial use. Then, to top it all off, she put the Creative Commons license indicator in the bottom right corner.

Being a Doctor Who fan and a librarian: you're doing it right!

I just had to get my photo taken with the sign!

 

 

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  • http://timebottle.weebly.com/ Beau Quilter

    Maybe she would have success explaining the purpose of a Creative Commons license to Joel Watts.

  • http://theaspirationalagnostic.wordpress.com/ Eva

    It *is* a spectacular episode; although I’m a history teacher and not a librarian…

  • http://mythicpizza.blogspot.co.uk/ Paul Regnier
    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Yes, but it deserves repeated mentions.

      Apparently Diagon Alley is also out there on Google Maps to be explored.

    • Thomas Sluder

      Apparently the maps easter egg doesn’t work in the preview version of the new google maps. Works fine in classic mode.