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.
Tagged Career Blog Posts
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.
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 familiar with the iSchool, then you're familiar with (at least) the name of Dr. Sandra Hirsh. She's our director, as well as a professor, writer and researcher. In her career, Dr.
Today I am pleased to present some words of wisdom from Dr. Sue Alman. As you will read, her career has covered a lot of ground!
In the last year or so, my podcast listening has really taken off. I have found them to be wonderful companions on walks, while I do brainless tasks like laundry, or in the car when the radio lets me down.
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.