Studying library values and best practices to respond to book challenges was a valuable research project this semester
Taylor Worsham is a first year graduate student at Emporia State University's distance MLS program. She works full-time as an Adult Services Coordinator for Gunnison County Libraries in western Colorado. Focusing on marketing, programming, collection development, and "other duties as assigned", Taylor days in library land are varied and exciting. When not behind a circulation desk, screen, or book, she enjoys spending her time recreating outside, cooking, and practicing photography and yoga.
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One grad student’s experience dropping a course
The first week of the semester is a great time to set up a project management system for yourself before the chaos of actual coursework. In my grad school experience […]