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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

Libraries

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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Writings

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.

Publication

Helvetica

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

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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