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Researcher's Corner: Experiences that Influence the Outcome of Recent Grads' Academic Library Job Searches

I’ve been looking forward to sharing this with you for a while!  I caught the authors’ call for participants on the NMRT listserv – although I didn’t fit the demographic, I knew the results of their research would be fascinating.   733 more words


Lisa C. Chen reblogged this on and commented:

This post summarizes this article: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0099133314000123 The research showed that LIS students can improve their chances of obtaining an academic library position after graduation by doing a variety of things (details in the post). I am not surprised by the results, as it shows that involvement outside the classroom is essential.

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A New Synthesis

Art or Science? The Practices of Tactical Media. Science, Technology and the Humanities. Ed. Lisa M. Dolling. Stevens Institute of Technology, Fall 2011.



This all started because of a deadline. If you know how I am about deadlines (find out here), then you know that burst of energy I get when I’m forced to chase inspiration with a club. 1,514 more words


Blog ~ New Blog Theme--Twenty Fourteen [07/24/2014]

Feature request submitted to WordPress.com Developers to automate the Twenty Fourteen Theme  slider so that 6 feature images change without reader intervention–a sideshow.

I recently changed my theme to Twenty Fourteen, now with 6 featured images.

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Publication of Debtors = Problems for Creditor

Publishing a list of deadbeats may seem like a cool and effective means of collecting debts but it could get the publisher(s) in big legal trouble.  203 more words

Debt Collection Defense