Archive for the tag 'career development'

Jan 02 2009

Building professional equity

Published by kim under careers, collaborating, networking

This has been a great year for conversations about “equity” –- political equity, financial equity (or not), social equity.
From a conceptual standpoint, equity refers to how much investment you’ve built in a given asset, which might be your political reputation and influence, the value of your home relative to your mortgage, or the amount [...]

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Jun 01 2008

Smart and Innovative Are Not Enough

Published by kim under careers, nontraditional

One of the great things about teaching a course in alternative LIS career paths is that it provides a great excuse to invite really smart people in the information profession to share their wisdom with all of us. We’ve heard from public library directors, information brokers, special librarians, library consultants, and a former LIS professional [...]

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