Reflections from a First Time Attendee: 3 highlights from ARLIS/NA 2017

I’m Anna Van Someren, one of the over 70 first-timers at this year’s ARLIS/NA conference in New Orleans. My path toward art librarianship has been long and loopy. On the¬†way, I’ve passed through art school, advertising, and teaching. While¬†managing digital media projects at MIT, I became interested in library and information studies and decided to […]

Cool jobhunting link from ALA

I came across this link on ALA’s Libraries Direct – it’s “ALA’s Toolkit for Getting A Job In a Tough Economy”. It includes tips on resume writing, salary negotiation, networking and other skills that are useful whether jobs are plentiful or scarce; as well as information relevant to the current library job market. http://www.getajob.ala.org/ What […]

Booth Volunteers needed for Resume Review Service at ALA

*Please excuse cross-posting. Colleagues The 2007 ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. is coming very soon! NMRT Resume Review Service needs you! Please consider volunteering to greet participants. Consult the current ALA 2007 Annual Conference Volunteer Booth Schedule [http://nmrtrrs.wikispaces.com/Annual2007Schedule] for available time slots. Sign-up early and reserve your preferred time slots. The location of the […]

Resume Review Service Available at ALA Midwinter

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 […]