It’s a snowy weekend as I draft this with a cup of hot cocoa in hand 🙂 I went over my survey of 385 young librarians before, as well as critiqued my own methods. In this post, I’ll try working with Excel data.
When you’re worn out by your studies and dreaming of your future post-MLIS life, many library students start to imagine what it would be like to travel somewhere far, far away. With a beach, ideally, and palm trees, and a
“In weekly visits to my American public library when I was young, I had a vague idea of how it all worked. A bunch of numbers, and you’ve got to search along the shelves of books until you come across
Don’t know how I ever became the expert on this, but over the past year, I’ve spent lots and lots of time on the international hiring committee for Atameken* library. Our mission, of course, is to convince unemployed young librarians