It’s (un)officially summer, which means conference season is warming up (or fiery hot). These days, in addition to weird acronyms and too many reusable bags, conferences also come with their very own Twitter hashtags.
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By now you may have read on these virtual pages that the iSchool’s 2017 Emerging Trends Report has been released. It’s full of interesting information, so I wanted to connect with the author.
Did you know the iSchool maintains an Internship Database? It does! There are virtual and on-site positions, as well as both paid and unpaid internships.
We’re almost to the end! Some of you are probably already done for the semester, while others still have a few days, so I thought this might be a good time for some alumni wisdom. You know, wise words to help us de-stress (that’s a real coping mechanism, right?).
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.
With conference season approaching, I thought it would be interesting to speak with some of the organizers. Many professional associations hold conferences annually, and I wanted to hear their arguments for why students should find the time, money, and energy to attend.
The Special Libraries Association’s (SLA) tagline is, “Connecting People and Information,” which, first of all, excellent work, SLA. Second, what a great way to think about professional associations and conferences.
By now, I know you know that LinkedIn should be part of your job-hunting arsenal (I think you also need a website).
With conference season approaching, I thought it would be interesting to speak with some of the organizers.