I want to draw attention to Rachel Singer Gordon’s excellent post at the Liminal Librarian blog. Her Making our Careers Happen post references Meredith Farkas’ Making Things Happen! post at the Information Wants to Be Free blog. Rachel is also the author of The NextGen Librarian’s Survival Guide, as well as a plethora of other […]
Library and Information Science students and educators, Library Student Journal is once again accepting student papers for review and publication in our next issue. Please visit http://informatics.buffalo.edu/org/lsj/getinvolved.php for more information about having your work published. LSJ was founded at the University of Buffalo in New York state but seeks international readers and authors. We’ve also […]
Dear All, I am a graduate student at Pratt Institute studying Information and Library Science. I pursing the Master’s of Science in Library and Information Science. I also am planning on pursing the Museum Libraries Certificate. I am interested in Academic, Museums, and Art Librarianship. I am looking for new employment opportunities in these […]
In October the Student and Trainees Committee ran its regular event “An Introduction to Art and Design Reference Resources” which gave an introduction to online and print resources and answering enquiries in the subject. The day was a great success and we’d like to thank the speakers and our host the National Art Library. Events […]
I would like to create an Art/Museum Librarian Student Group at my Library Graduate School. What would be the best manner of going about this?
Job hunting? Want a great resume? The New Members Round Table offers its resume review service to all attendees of the Midwinter Conference in Seattle. Librarians from all types of libraries, with various specializations have volunteered to help you make your resume shine! How does it work? Reviewers meet with a job seeker for 30 […]
Rachel at The Liminal Librarian wrote a post titled Think Personally, Act Professionally, which addresses the important issue of how what we write online in our personal lives may affect our professional lives. This is something that many of us will face as we begin our careers, especially in this age of freely available personal […]
Are there any ambitious ARLIS/NA members who would be interested in working to update this publication? The most recent addendum to the document was made in 1999, and we know that classes and specializations change with the addition or departure of faculty members. An updated version of this tool would provide wonderful guidance to our […]
I’d like to hear from others who are new in the field – what’s it like to go through the publication process? Any tips on submitting manuscripts? What comes next if your manuscript is accepted? I found Mary Bucholtz’s advice to be pretty helpful. What do others think?
I’ve been reflecting lately on how I chose to enroll in my current LIS program. Making this decision was a really big challenge for me, but there were a few resources that made it easier. For one, the ARLIS/NA document Library Schools in Canada and the United States was a good starting point. For more […]