To those of you graduating at the end of the semester, congratulations! That’s awesome, a huge accomplishment, and you should be very proud of yourselves. I imagine it’s all a wee bit terrifying. Or a lot terrifying.
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This week I’ve been reading Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less by Tiffany Dufu. I think all of you can guess why the title appealed! This period in my life is filled with school and jobs and family.
Part of the amazing portfolio of career development resources available to us at the iSchool is something called Big Interview. San José State University provides it, free of charge, to all Spartans (that’s us, btw), and it’s pretty incredible.
A recent Community Profile about iSchool student Lara Croft mentions something that dovetails really nicely with what we’ve been talking about here forever and what Jesse Walker-Lanz talked about in
Are you interested in a career in public libraries? Are you nervous about the hiring process? Never fear, Career Development is here!
On Wednesday, SJSU Career Center liaison extraordinaire, Jill Klees, held her monthly workshop via Collaborate.
Whether you are a new iSchool student or tackling your eportfolio, Jill Klees wants you to know what tools are available to you as you navigate the LIS world.
On Tuesday, February 7, at 6pm Pacific, current students, alums, and faculty will speak on a panel about publishing opportunities for students through the iSchool and beyond.
During a planning meeting for this blog’s December content calendar, I wondered aloud whether having a LinkedIn page was enough or if I also needed a personal website. I didn’t know the answer or even have a feeling one way or the other. My boss didn’t know either.