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CILIP New Professionals Day 10th October 2014

On Friday, I had a day’s leave but didn’t leave the world of libraries behind. I spent it at the headquarters of CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals), attending a special day aimed at new professionals. 1,259 more words

#NLPNPortico is just around the corner

“More than just the love of old books”

Our next event “Showcasing independent libraries, archives & collections” is a collaborative event with The Portico Library, to be held on Saturday 8th November at The Portico Library and funded by the Association of Independent Libraries and CILIP North West Member Network: click… 184 more words

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The Ultimate List of Student Affairs Resources

If you are a student affairs professional in higher education, then you already know the industry is full of rich resources. To be the most informed you can be, you only have to look online to find loads of links and research that will support your work. 1,126 more words


Don't Pitch, Relate

Your BREAK THROUGH, Vol. 1, Post 39

(This was in response to LinkedIn’s “What makes a pitch unforgettable?” prompt):

There is most definitely an art to pitching a new idea. 248 more words


Campus Activities by Accident or Design?

This was originally written on Feb. 28, 2010, just two years after I had started my role as Director of Campus Programming & Leadership (now Student Involvement) at Southern New Hampshire University. 737 more words

Campus Activities

Get Linked In: Making your LinkedIn the Best LinkedIn

Get Hired On LinkedIn

Dear reader who doesn’t have time for LinkedIn,

LinkedIn is by far my favorite Social Networking platform. In addition to networking and giving job leads, LinkedIn offers so much information to those new and returning to the work force. 375 more words

Public Relations 101

Where's Your Energy Come From?

Your BREAK THROUGH, Vol. 1, Post 35

Last spring, as part of the mini-series on the Artist’s Wheel, I posed questions about how our… 330 more words