Carolyn Davis, Author, Editor, Book Reviewer and Consultant on ADA, discusses how her library degree has contributed to her success.
Rebekah Friedman, Communications Manager at University of South Carolina’s College of Information and Communications, discusses ways librarians can promote their libraries. It was about time I had a Gamecock on my podcast!
Liz Aviles, Vice President of Market Intelligence at Upshot, discusses how librarians are more powerful than we realize. Check out the show notes for a link to the trends report that she wrote for Upshot.
Jim Deiters and Alex Todd, Deiters & Todd Library Consulting, discuss ways librarians can prepare to move into a management position or a director position.
Eliana Fenyes, Development Research Associate at National Audubon Society, discusses how she uses data AND research in her role.
Jan Dohner, Non-Fiction Writer, discusses how her library skills and experiences shape her writing process.
Jamey Hurst, Senior Director of Catalog Operations at Shipt discusses why he likes to hire librarians! You heard me right. He looks for librarians when he has open positions.
Veronda J. Pitchford, Assistant Director at Califa, discusses how library consortia should be the research and development arm of libraries.
Beth Maser, President of History Associates Incorporated, discusses how her library degree modernized her skill set.
Emily Bulger has a background in UX management, content design and taxonomy. She discusses how librarians are the original info retrieval people. We take large amounts of information and make it useful.
Dr. Sylvia M. Jenkins, President of Moraine Valley Community College, discusses the many ways she uses her library skills in her role as community college president. Hint: She does her research.
Patrick Sweeney, Political Director at EveryLibrary, gives us a great overview of how he works for libraries and what we can all do to advocate for our libraries.