Yesterday I finished reading What They Don’t Teach You in Library School, by Elizabeth Doucett. I thought the book had a lot of good suggestions and was well-organized, with helpful resources at the end of each chapter. It was reassuring to already know about some of the things mentioned in the book through my own library work experience. This may be a good book to revisit when I’m closer to the end of my MLS coursework.
Image from Barnes and Noble.