Latest Entries
<del>Hack </del>Quirk Your Demonstrations
Digital Humanities / Professional Life

Hack Quirk Your Demonstrations

Many library positions will involve some element of instruction or demonstrating tools or resources. It’s likely that most will, when you think beyond formal instruction sessions and start to consider situations such as informal demonstrations of tools to colleagues or supervisors. This post is about one simple technique that can make instruction or demonstration a … Continue reading

Weekly Round-Up
Weekly Round-Up

Weekly Round-Up

Editor’s Note: Each week, we reflect on the top articles, blog posts, tweets, news, thoughts, and other tidbits we’ve found interesting or useful. Enjoy! Courtney Next week we have an exciting new mini series debuting on Hack Library School! It will be called “This Is How I Study” and the writers will answer a series of … Continue reading

Hack your job search: residency programs
Job Searching / Uncategorized

Hack your job search: residency programs

Freaking out about finding a job after graduation? Consider applying for a residency, a temporary job appointment for recent library school graduates. Residencies are usually an academic library thing, but there have been a few offered in public libraries or archives. Though these are temporary appointments, keep in mind that residents are librarians with just … Continue reading