by Ann Medaille
My first library job was all about flexibility. I was hired in a part-time position at an academic library to give research instruction sessions to freshman classes and to develop online educational materials.
Because classes were scheduled throughout the day — mornings, afternoons, evenings, and occasionally even on the weekends — I had to [...]
by The Library Career People
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About the Authors
Tiffany Allen is currently serving as the Assistant Personnel Librarian at the [...]
by Judith Siess, President, Information Bridges International, Inc.
What is an entrepreneur? The American Heritage Dictionary (online version) defines it as “A person who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for a business venture,” from the Old French for undertake. Wikipedia adds that, “Entrepreneur in English is a term applied to the type of personality who [...]
by Shanti Chandrasekar
We choose this profession because we have a passion for it and because of a basic belief in its core values. Many of us have been on the job a long time — be it in cataloging, classification, reference, circulation or collection development. Information professionals are a thirsty-for-knowledge lot, which serves us well [...]
Welcome to the new bloggish version of Info Career Trends! Please generally ignore this post, as it’s just a test. This is a test of this theme, which may be temporary, but content is what’s important, right?
Link test: LISjobs.com.
May 1, 2001 - vol. 2, no. 3 - ISSN 1532-0839
Welcome back to Info Career Trends! Today’s articles focus on the broad theme of changing careers, and the contributors each tell a personal story of moving between types of libraries, into librarianship from another profession, to another country, or out of [...]