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How to Be an Influential Librarian – Leading and Mentoring from Wherever you Are

How to Be an Influential Librarian – Leading and Mentoring from Wherever you Are Sponsored by: ALCTS Leadership Development Committee Cosponsored by: LLAMA Mentoring Committee and the ALA New Members Round Table (NMRT) Saturday, June 24th from 1:00-2:30 pm McCormick … Continue reading

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Career Exploration: A Balancing Act

By: Hannah Joy Chapman In the career of librarianship, it is not unheard of to be stretched thin. I have found this to be true especially in the early stages of a career in which you are trying to grow … Continue reading

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Non-Traditional Career Paths for Librarians

By Elayna Turner The October 2016 discussion focused on alternative career paths that those with an MLIS can pursue. The careers discussed stray from the traditional “reference librarian” position and cover more “unique” positions that can be found. As someone … Continue reading

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