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Changing Tides? Diversity and Inclusion in the Society of American Archivists
Advocacy & Activism / Diversity / Professional Life / Uncategorized

Changing Tides? Diversity and Inclusion in the Society of American Archivists

We live in interesting times to be an information professional. Among archives and allied professions (cultural heritage institutions, libraries), more professional organizations are recognizing the value of and urgent need for diversity and inclusion initiatives at the organizational levels. Archivists are quickly catching up to our fellow info professionals in addressing these issues. One of … Continue reading

Summer Practicum in the Repository & Digital Curation Department
Honesty / Internships & Volunteering / Specializations

Summer Practicum in the Repository & Digital Curation Department

It is required that students in the MLS program at Indiana University fulfill one internship. Since I am specializing in Art Librarianship, I am required to complete two internships. This summer, I was a practicum student at Northwestern University’s Library in Evanston, IL. I completed 187.5 hours of work for Digital Collections. I met my … Continue reading

What are Our Dreams Made Of?
Honesty

What are Our Dreams Made Of?

“I still do not know myself. Perhaps I never will.” — Sylvia Plath While indulging in dessert at Snow Meets Coffee, Kristina Williams, Hack Library School’s lovely and fabulous Managing Editor posed a question to me: What is your dream library job? The scene was set…ice cream and dreams…swoon! I have posed this question to … Continue reading