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AzLA Spring/Summer Webinar Series: Proposal Writing and Conference Etiquette
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When: Monday, June 10, 2019
2:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Becky Brendel

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Library school teaches many things about different topics about the profession like digital libraries, information literacy, academic libraries, etc. But, some of the most valuable things upon graduation that everyone looking for their first library job should know to make transition easier between student and professional are not included in the curriculum, especially when it comes to academic libraries. 

Through her personal experiences within her online MLIS program and work as Diversity Scholar at Oregon State University Libraries and Press, Marisol Moreno Ortiz has discovered that there are two topics that need to be addressed to begin a first library job with confidence: proposal writing, including handling rejection, and conference etiquette, including navigation and self-care. This presentation explains the benefits of beginning a first library position already possessing these skills. It also provides guidance on how learn these skills as quickly as possible, with special recommendation to do so for those in tenure track positions. The presentation will be offered as a lecture.

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