MLIS Cross-training Experiences This past May was the Florida Library Association Conference, where I was fortunate to be able to show a poster presentation along with two colleagues and friends of mine, Ariana Santiago and Natasha White. The three of us have had various experiences in cross-training while working in an academic library, and thought that our experiences may be similar to those of other MLIS students and recent graduates. We developed a survey to gather information and opinions regarding library cross-training, and received survey responses from ten staff members at the UCF Libraries who are either currently enrolled in an MLIS program or … Continue reading Cross-training Opportunities for Library Students and Staff
First things first… New layout!! Woohoo! It was time for an upgrade 😉 Secondly, sorry about the lack of postings, I JUST TOOK FREAKING COMPS! But I am not really able to talk about it until after they are graded (I am pretty sure that is how that works… who knows). Anyway, I am off to pass out from exhaustion and give my poor hands a break from typing. lol JK! Yeah I wish, I have more homework to complete 😉 Continue reading …One Giant Leap!
So another school year has started and once again I volunteered my time and energy to help a group of students at Eau Gallie High School hone their paper researching and writing skills. This year however, the teachers were kind enough to have the students fill out a survey at the end of the presentation asking for feedback on things they learned, things that surprised them, what confused them, and what they would like to know more about. So I spent yesterday reading through them and compiling a list of answers for them and for you! There were some items … Continue reading Tips, Tricks, and Google Hacks 2