Besides expounding on the virtues of networking, reading widely, and interning, I try to highlight some of the less-common LIS careers here because the skills LIS students learn are incredibly useful in
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If you’re a current student, or even a recent alum, and your career direction seems fuzzy at best, please know that you’re not alone. Not even a little bit. Raises hand. Also, know that it’s alright.
By now, I think we’ve all heard that an MLIS degree gives you nearly unlimited career options like: content consultant,
From where I sit, 2016 feels like a pretty big year. For my last birthday, one of my best friends sent me Shonda Rhimes’ Year of Yes. And while I can’t claim to have had the kind of year she chronicled, and I certainly didn’t always say “yes,” I did say it a lot.
Dr. Michael Stephens’ most recent book, The Heart of Librarianship, is best read like a book of short stories – slowly and piece by piece. It’s a collection of the “Office Hours” columns he writes for Library Journal.
Today on the Career Blog, I am sharing an interview with Jean Bedord, an iSchool faculty member and an independent information professional.
I don’t think I’m alone in having mixed feelings about my career direction.
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.