I first heard about the Mechanics’ Institute in INFO 280: History of Books and Libraries.
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Has Presidents Day gotten you thinking about presidential libraries? Maybe you saw the news flying around Twitter last week that Barack and Michelle Obama wanted to hire an intern?
Happy Valentine’s Day! Or Singles Awareness Day! Or Galentine’s Day – a new one for me, but I love showing my lady friends love! In the spirit of true love and lightheartedness, I asked friends and classmates for their librarian crushes.
On Monday, the iSchool’s Special Libraries Association Student Chapter (SLASC) held a panel presentation via Collaborate.
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
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.