One of the most incredible things that you, as a student, can do for yourself is to step out of your comfort zone in terms of course planning. Most of […]
Catherine Liebau-Nelsen is an MLIS student at San José State University. Recently, she was accepted as the editor-in-chief for the Student Research Journal. She also has also been an active member of the First Generation Student Group, for which she has been the social media coordinator since Fall of 2019. Currently, she works as a library technician for an elementary school that she attended when growing up. When she isn’t working, Catherine enjoys reading Young Adult and New Adult fantasy novels.
Because many LIS programs are online-based, it can be difficult to meet people in your program. Yes, there may be required group assignments in certain classes, but that doesn’t guarantee […]
With only two semesters left in my library school journey, I’d like to share what has worked well for me in terms of planning. While many graduate students employ the […]
As the end of the semester looms on the horizon and a month of Winter break awaits us, we have endless possibilities for how to utilize our time. Many of […]
The School of Information at San José State University requires all incoming, first-semester students enrolled in the program to complete a month-long course that introduces them to the websites, software, […]
Last year, I had volunteered in or had visited all of the elementary school libraries in my district. The books were shelved, the librarians were calm, and the students were […]