Dr. Michele Villagran Receives 2019 Research and Scholarship Grant for Cutting-Edge Cultural Intelligence Project
The School of Information at San José State University is excited to announce that Assistant Professor Michele Villagran was awarded the 2019 Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section’s Research and Scholarship Grant for her proposed project: Examination of Cultural Intelligence within Academic Law Librarians.
Join the IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning section for its first Twitter chat scheduled for Friday, July 26, 2019 at 8 a.m. PT/17-18 CEST (please check your local time.)
Sandra Hirsh (iSchool director and co-chair of CPDWL section) will be participating along with Loida Garcia-Febo (CPDWL member), Edward Lim Junhao (incoming CPDWL member), and Ulrike Lang (CPDWL member).
Published: July 17, 2019 by Greta Snyder
Don’t worry; I did! It probably got lost in the mix of heat,
fireworks, and endless emails that queued up when you finally
tried to take that well-earned one day off ever, and
that is why this blog is here to make sure you don’t miss
To those of you second-career people…it isn’t easy, but it CAN BE DONE…and it is worth doing!
Academic Liaison Librarian & Online Learning Librarian
King Library, San José, CA
Published: July 5, 2019 by Greta Snyder
Now that you have revised your resume are you ready for the
interview? Last week I focused on the process of upping your
resume game with the help of our rock-star SJSU
Consultant Jill Klees. I cannot thank her enough for all her
insight and guidance; Jill should have a reality show, “resume
rescue,” no joke! So after you reach out to Jill for some
fine-tuning, it’s probable that your now high-impact resume will
land you a chance at job of your dreams. Are your job skills as
polished as your resume?