I'm a person, but my personal stuff is at firstname.lastname@example.org,
I try to be professional, most of the time. I work on scholarly communication, course affordability, acquisitions, collection analysis and collection maintenance. I research professional identity and leadership development in academic libraries.
We’re seeking participants for a forum on labor practices in LAM positions created through grant funding. Worked in one of these positions? Interested? Get more info and apply to participate (travel funded) here or share w/colleagues: https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0ps6lzVGiMyul2R
Talk to me or Sandy Rodriguez for more information about the project! Or check out the forum website: http://imlslaborforum.org/
Awesome thing #2: Charleston Conference Neapolitan Session, "'They didn't teach this in library school': identifying core knowledges for beginning acquisitions librarians", November 7. https://sched.co/G66D
Awesome thing #1: ALCTS eForum, "Outward Facing Technical Services", NEXT WEEK! http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/upcoming/e-forum/101618
Collections Initiatives librarian. I do initiatives with collections. pretty sweet deal.
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