Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gathering the tools: Preparing new Information and Library Professionals for Success

Preparing for ALA’s annual conference feels particularily important because it is  my first chance to catch up with the people, trends and research that I immersed myself in during school since becoming a full time librarian. For the last few … Continue reading

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Visiting NYPL and the Career and Education Information Service

Los Angeles, my current home, is an iconic city. San Francisco, where I lived for twelve years before moving here, is an iconic city. But I think most people can agree that New York City is the iconic city. It … Continue reading

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Innovative Leadership Fellow-Karen Pickard-Four

I really should be packing for New York, but I’ve decided to post this instead. The Innovation Leadership Program (ILP) team, which includes residents, Jacquie Welsh and Mary Abler, Library Foundation staff members, Rebecca Shehee and Dawn Coppin, the head … Continue reading

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