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TBT – To Walk Or Not To Walk
This is an old post I found in my drafts – a blast from the past. Spoiler alert: I walked in my graduate commencement and I am happy that I did. Lately, I have been going back and forth about walking at my graduate school’s commencement. Since I graduated in December (or January 2014 saysContinue reading “TBT – To Walk Or Not To Walk”
INALJ : Associating with State and Regional Associations
This month for I Need A Library Job I wrote about state LIS associations and job hunting.
Blogging with INeedALibraryJob.com
I started volunteering with INeedALibraryJob.com, a website devoted for and run by (mostly) library and information science professionals, about a year ago as an assistant to the Greater New York City page editors. My volunteer responsibility were checking a number of NYC-oriented job websites for new postings every week. As I was amidst my ownContinue reading “Blogging with INeedALibraryJob.com”
Best Books 2012
Who keeps letting me write posts?
And like that, my first semester of grad school is complete
I submitted my last term project of the semester on Friday and it was graded by Monday. Just like that, my first semester of graduate school is complete. I am relieved to get to read again, but anxious to get back to work. One semester down, two more to go.
In a heart beat.
Is Dewey Dead?
Check out my latest post over at Public Libraries Online! This week I discuss nontraditional classification systems in public libraries, like color-coordination and the book store-subject model.
By the by…
Public Libraries Online has a new blogger — who has no idea what they are doing.
Thanks for not being useless
Three years ago, my adviser laughed at me because I told her my career plan was to become a librarian. That reaction fueled a two-year animosity between us. She retired in the fall, so my new adviser is the chair of the Political Science department. I didn’t have any expectations for him. At this point,Continue reading “Thanks for not being useless”