Thanks to a former #hyperlib student for sharing this job posting from Douglas County Libraries. Take look at the competencies required below. I have been thinking a lot about soft skills and wrote a piece called “Soft Skills are Heart Skills” for PLA in 2019. What soft skills do you see embedded in these comps? […]
Hey all -I mentioned this in our class chat — it may be of interest. Our Finding Joy session at PLA went well! We think we had almost 1000 people in the room. We gathered ideas from the group on sticky notes. Stacie created a document for us and also shared the slides: Ideas: https://bit.ly/FINDINGJOYIDEAS Slides: https://bit.ly/FINDINGJOYPLA
Hey all – to make it easy for folks to explore the symposium posts today and through the weekend, please share your URL here. Post with a short “tweet” abstract for your entry in the comments below. Or perhaps a haiku? 🙂 ALSO: Please submit the URL for your symposium post to Canvas when you […]
Storyhouse is a large, mixed-use cultural building in Chester, England, which opened in May 2017. The complex includes a theatre, cinema, restaurant and the city library. It is housed in the remodelled 1936 Odeon Cinema, a grade-II-listed building, together with a newly built extension to hold the theatre auditorium. My friend Erik (of “Keep Stories, […]
This job was shared with our class a few semester ago. I wrote a column about it as well entitled “Agents of Change.” (Wholehearted page 68). Please comment as you’d like. What resonates? Will we see more jobs like this? Innovation Catalyst Librarian (Librarian 1) Trenton Free Public Library, Trenton NJ Salary: $50,765 starting Status: […]
Greetings all! We had an incredible chat with Stacie Ledden, including some excellent questions about the Anythink model. If anyone has any questions after listening, let me know. I can pass them on.
Hey all – thanks for your feedback about a chat session. Here’s what I came up with that I think will work for most.
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Greetings all and welcome to the week where the tables turn! We devote an entire week to your own creative curiosity and your Symposium entries. The module is here. Please take a look and read the resources that strike you or save them for the future. Also use your time this week to work on your Symposium […]