Tag: ILL

Access Services Conference

Thanks to having an employer who actually sees the value in investing in its employees I was able to attend the Access Services Conference for the first time, this year, in Atlanta. If you’re not aware, this is a smaller conference that is dedicated…

Moving Forward and Eating Elephants

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On October 25th I have a Skype interview with UC Berkeley. Yay! But, that’s not what this post is really about.

I’m Published

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Lately, I’ve been too busy to blog. But, I did write a promotional article about our library for our campus’ student newspaper! You can read it here. Do it! Now! It’s really good. You know you want to.

Working for a Living

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Well this has been the strangest and most stressful start to a semester I’ve experienced in the last year.

Generic Update

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It’s been more than a week since I posted last. I’ve just not been in the head space for that. A few quick updates, though: On Thursday (8/25) I have an interview with St. Louis Public Library’s Schafly Branch that I’m pretty excited about….

An Idealized Access Services Model

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On August 8 I have a Skype interview for a Head of Access Services position. As part of this interview I’ve been told to prepare a 10 minute talk on problems facing Access Services in academic libraries. I thought the best way to this…

Why Do I Want to Be a Librarian, Anyway?: Part I

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Vocational Disappointment & Promise When I graduated high school in 1997 I knew exactly what I was going to do with my life.