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Journaling for Everyone

You don’t have to be a “writer” to keep a journal. Journals have practical purposes, serve an archival need, and can be a repository for favorite quotes, to-do lists, and reminders of ideas for later use. 206 more words

Giftedness

Featured Researcher Spotlight On: Annie Pho

This is the first post in a new column, “Featured Researcher”. This column will highlight LIS researchers in the field.

Annie Pho is the Inquiry and Instruction Librarian for Peer-to-Peer Services and Public Programming at UCLA Libraries. 1,124 more words

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Guest post for Hack Library School

I’ve written a guest post on music librarianship for Hack Library School, a US-based blog for and by librarianship students. I followed HLS throughout my own library school experience and they’re a pretty cool bunch! 23 more words

Library School

Research & Instruction Librarian at RISD

Title: Research & Instruction Librarian
Department: Library
Employment type: Full-time, Two Year Temp

The Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) invites applications for the full-time position of Research + Instruction Librarian to commence August 2018. 439 more words

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Obsess Much?

Parenting or educating a gifted child can be challenging. The overexcitablities, twice-exceptionalism, perfectionism, sleep patterns, sensory issues, the list goes on and on. When dealing with some of these issues, perhaps use the issue to their advantage. 376 more words

Giftedness

Library Work: Helping Teens with Resumes

I’ve been slacking on my library posts. Last fall I submitted my last blog post to the Youth Services Division of PaLA. It discussed my particular approach to helping teens write resumes. 1,011 more words

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