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Today on the Career Blog, I am sharing an interview with Jean Bedord, an iSchool faculty member and an independent information professional.
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.
Library Journal has released its annual “Placements & Salaries” survey, and there’s a lot to comb through.
Recently, an article about non-traditional library jobs came across my virtual desk: Librarians: Digital Marketing Needs Your Skills by Laurel Norris via
Do you feel stuck in the catch 22 of needing experience to get hired but feel like you can’t get experience because no one will hire you? Not to worry. There is a solution. Experience can come in many different forms.
Here is a secret formula for success to making it as an informational professional. Alumna Christina Mune (MLIS 2011) shared her 3 hints for making a smooth transition from student to professional in what I like to call, secret tips for success. Hint #1 is to expand your horizons.
Q: I have some very specific things that I will be looking for in a career once I complete the program. I'm constantly reviewing job postings, background info on professionals in the industry and reading up on current trends.