It was a classic story of serendipitous discovery as a public library worker: I spotted Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident on a cart of […]
New or expectant parent in library school? Here’s some tips on adjusting to school as a parent.
This summer I had the opportunity to slightly switch gears and work at the International Area Studies Library at my university.
The end of a semester is always a whirlwind. I am especially trying to wrap my head around the fact that I have just completed my first year of graduate […]
While studying History in undergrad, I was assailed all too frequently with “So, what are you going to do with that degree?” And now, when I tell folks that I […]
Many of us have written about a typical day in the life of a MLIS student and in an earlier post I described how all my days went in my […]
This past summer, I took a Digital Collections Institute course. It was a one week, all day intensive course that delved into all aspects of the digital collections lifecycle, and […]