On Tuesday, February 7, at 6pm Pacific, current students, alums, and faculty will speak on a panel about publishing opportunities for students through the iSchool and beyond.
Career Blog Posts by Category
During a planning meeting for this blog’s December content calendar, I wondered aloud whether having a LinkedIn page was enough or if I also needed a personal website. I didn’t know the answer or even have a feeling one way or the other. My boss didn’t know either.
Although I did not mention it in my last post – a career to-do list for winter break – today’s suggestion fits right in with those tasks: create your own signature project.
My fellow students, the end is nigh. Of course, I’m referring to the end of the semester.
This week, I asked Tamarack Hockin to talk a bit about the SRJ – Student Research Journal – for a couple of reasons. The first is that, as Editor-in-Chief, she’s currently recruiting editors to begin in January.
Today I bring you insight from Scott Brown, who keeps himself busy not only with a full-time job, but with various side gigs and projects. He has a lot of good things to say about his internship experience as well as smart ways to think about your skills.
On Wednesday, November 9, Sally Gore will speak about “Supply & Demand: Matching Your Skills to the Information Needs of Today” via Collaborate.
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there’s an election next Tuesday. Throughout America, from the top of the ballot to the bottom, there are choices for us to make.
Today, I'd like to introduce Christy Confetti Higgins, Cybrarian at Oracle and iSchool alumna. She was generous enough to respond to my questions (see?
If you’re new to the LIS world or you’re on the MARA side of things, you may not know (yet!) that public libraries are innovators. Particularly in the last 15 years or so, public and academic libraries have been reinventing themselves.