Hey all – my eyes are bit bleary, and dinner and some binging on Netflix beckons, but I must tell you it’s hard to leave all the wonderful work you have done! I have so enjoyed this class – thank you one and all. I wish you all the very best wherever your hyperlinked journey […]
Hey all – just want to share some important reminders as we reach our last day of class. Take your blog with you by following the directions here! Did you forget to submit your blog for grading? Please do so now! 🙂 You should have submitted your Symposium entry to Canvas – if not please do […]
Hi all – I wanted to share a column from Library Journal in late 2017. It’s about LIS students putting themselves out there. It was also inspired by Hyperlinked Library students over the years! Building some type of professional presence on social media is a good step for any LIS student. LinkedIn, Facebook, and other […]
I especially appreciate the emphasis on empathy!
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Hey all – I’m in our End of Term Faculty Retreat in Zoom the next two days. If anyone needs anything – email me or Zoom IM me. I hope everyone is well! Remember: Director’s Brief is due anytime up to May 3rd. (Message if you need extra time.) Your Symposium entry should be posted […]
Hey all – Dr. Lili Luo asked me to write up a piece about my book Wholehearted Librarianship. Take a look if you would like: Wholehearted Librarianship during the Pandemic We are discussing these changes in my classes. The landscape will surely be different on the other side of the pandemic, but I know for […]
Greetings all. I would appreciate your feedback and participation in Student Opinion of Teaching Effectiveness (SOTEs). It is helpful to me and to our school. As of this week, the SOTE/SOLATE teaching evaluations are open for students to take. This semester all courses will be evaluated through MyCoursEval. Please inform your students that they can […]
This one popped up in early summer 2018 here in Michigan. What do you think? CLASSIFICATION: Librarian (ET. – 40 hours) POSITION TITLE: Creative Services Librarian REPORTS TO: Adult Services and Reference, Department Head POSITION SUMMARY: The Creative Services Librarian manages, develops and delivers innovative programming in a creative environment. Utilizes hands-on training and collaboration […]
Hey all – just an FYI. An “Office Hours” column from 2016 at Library Journal may be of interest. It’s all about the questions we ask in interviews. Also see the response from SJSU School of Info grad Jessica Gilbert Redman.