This is the Career Development project I did for INFO 5000. Also, I did hear back from the Public Library Marketing Director after I wrote the paper. These were her responses: Public LibraryWho are your stakeholders? Who is your target audience?We engage with city residents of all ages with the goal of sharing lifelong learning … Continue reading Career Development Project
This was the topic I chose for my final paper for INFO5000. I chose this because I was curious about the future of the field which I hope to enter. So many people have said that librarianship and libraries are becoming obsolete. I don't believe that at all though. What I found through this research is … Continue reading What will the Future of Librarianship Look Like?
People often have a very clear image of librarians in their minds, even if it is a little ( or a lot) cardboard cutout-ish. Well, actually they have two. Stereotype #1 Old, as in grey hair. Mousey. Loves sweaters. Glasses, often cat-eyed. Wrinkled. Cranky. Super sensitive to the slightest noise. Shushing. And endlessly shelving books. Am … Continue reading Shelving and Shushing
I have been busy during the month of October with tons of research! Here are the fruits of my labor! I am learning a lot about reference pages and in-line citations.
Everything this week is centered around either teaching research or doing research. I'm exited that I was able to do a project that I can use for the Historical Fiction Unit this year. Here is a google search for my Fever 1793 group. I haven't decided if I want to create a custom search for … Continue reading Theme of the Week: Research