Random poking up of the head: I've been missing from the librarian interwebs for a while due to life stuff and figuring out my next step. Many of you already know, but starting in January I will be the new Associate Dean for Learning Resources in charge of the medical library and biomedical communications at ETSU in Johnson City, TN.
huh, thought i posted this to LSW too earlier today but apparently not. happy to finally be able to announce that in early November i'll be starting a new gig at the University of Chicago as their IR manager. #fuckyeahChicago!
All summer, I *knew* intellectually that I'd finished my degree, and that I wouldn't have to do the school/work two-step this fall, for the first time in 3 years - but it wasn't until I was walking home tonight, at the end of the first day of the academic year where I work, that I really FELT IT down to my bones.... I AM FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Are you printing using your library card or a guest pass? Your card? Okay, so you're going to go ahead and print. It will tell you that you owe money, only you don't owe money unless it is over $1.00, in which case you have to go add money to your card at the front desk. So then you click OK. Then you go over to the print release station
Anyone want to work in the library at the Yale Club here in Manhattan? Job description includes this gem: "MUST BE GUEST FOCUSED. SEEKING A POSITIVE, POLISHED, EXTRAVERTED, DYNAMIC, RESOURCEFUL LIBRARIAN." http://joblist.ala.org/modules...
I realize that when I say I regularly help people get their first email address ever and someone replies, "I'm immensely grateful that people like you are patient enough to teach people to use email," they mean it as a compliment. But it never comes across that way.