Structuring My Time
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Structuring My Time

This is part of the ongoing ACRLog/HLS collaboration. Check out ACRLog for Madison Sullivan on “Librarianship Doesn’t Need Professionals” Read more about the project here!    Heidi Johnson is the Social Sciences Librarian at University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She earned her MS in Library and Information Science from GSLIS at the University of Illinois … Continue reading

UX and Entrepreneurship in Library School
Education & Curriculum

UX and Entrepreneurship in Library School

Things I never thought I’d do in library school: 1. Fall in love with a field that’s not LIS (Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Design) 2. Co-found a tech start-up with a group of unlikely entrepreneurs I look at this list, my inner critic says “You really drank the [insert my graduate program] Kool-Aid. You’re selling out … Continue reading

What’s Your Lib School Like? Part One
Behind the Scenes / Education & Curriculum / Honesty

What’s Your Lib School Like? Part One

Welcome to What’s Your Lib School Like? Part One! In this series, we’ll be asking our contributing writers questions about their library school.  Question 1: What has been your favorite class so far at your lib school? What did you like about it? Brenna I’m a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. My … Continue reading

Hack Your Program: Florida State University
Behind the Scenes / Education & Curriculum / Hack Your Program

Hack Your Program: Florida State University

Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Camille Thomas and Grace Kaletski. Camille and Grace are currently graduate assistants at FSU Libraries. Both are in their final semesters and transitioning into the professional market. Camille’s areas of specialization include scholarly communication, digital scholarship, user experience and metadata. Grace’s areas of specialization include collection development, information literacy, research … Continue reading