Category Archives: Collaboration

Research Methods Class

I’ve completed a week and a half of Research Methods class in Summer Session II, and it’s intense! There are six of us in the on-campus class, and some of the online students join us virtually on occasion. I like … Continue reading

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Joining the Hack Library School Blog Team

If you in library school, or thinking about applying, Hack Library School blog is a great resource for you! It’s written by library school students for library school students. I’ve enjoyed following Hack Library School for the past two years, … Continue reading

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Second Semester of Library School Done!

I finished my cataloging final last Tuesday night and emailed it in about 11:30 PM. Two semesters of library school are complete! Since I’m going part-time, that’s only 9 credit hours down, 27 credit hours to go! It feels like it’s … Continue reading

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First Grad School Final Exam Tomorrow

Tomorrow’s my first final exam in library school! I could always use more study time, but I’m thankful for the help of my study group. We’ve met three times now to review specifically for this exam, and that’s been a … Continue reading

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Why Social Networking and Web 2.0 Are Important to Libraries

After attending last week’s library career panel, I’ve been thinking about sharpening my presentation skills, so I started looking at examples of presentations on Slideshare this afternoon. I plugged the word “libraries” into the search box, and soon found a … Continue reading

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Library Career Panel at NCCU SLIS

This past Thursday, November 3, our ALA Student Chapter facilitated a library career panel of five librarians from different areas: public, academic, special, music, and digital librarianship. The panelists were Dale Cousins (Wake County Public Libraries), Renee’ McBride (UNC-CH Libraries), Tamika … Continue reading

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How Steve Jobs Got Me to Go to Library School

Okay, maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but let me explain. I was introduced to my first Apple computer back in the late 80s, the Apple IIe. One of my professors in the University of North Carolina-Greensboro School of … Continue reading

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