We all know leadership is important. But what does leadership look like in an academic library?
Tagged Career Blog Posts
Last week, the iSchool’s Society of American Archivists Student Chapter (SAASC) presented "Job Hunting: What Search Committees Want You to Know" via Collaborate.
As part of my effort to explore the available LIS career paths, I reached out to some SJSU iSchool alumni to learn about their jobs.
The Special Libraries Association’s (SLA) tagline is, “Connecting People and Information,” which, first of all, excellent work, SLA. Second, what a great way to think about professional associations and conferences.
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.
“Tell me a little about yourself?” This is one of the interview questions I recommend you have nailed before you walk into any interview. Why? Because you know you are going to get asked this and if you have a less than compelling answer, it can set the tone for your entire interview.
As SLIS Career Center Liaison, I was recently invited to share job search tips and other career advice on how to land your ideal library job during a recent webinar hosted by American Libraries.
Q: I am currently enrolled in my final three credits towards my MLIS from SJSU. I’m working on my CV for a position at an academic library, and I have a question. I have been a graduate research assistant for a faculty member during this past school year.