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Vol 28, No 2 (2009)


Full Issue

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Table of Contents

Front Matter

Title Page, Table of Contents PDF

From the Editor

Introduction to the Issue: Navigating the Job Jungle PDF
Karen Evans 1


University Library's Undergraduate Diversity Fellowship PDF
Jaena Hollingsworth 2-6
Developing Future Colleagues PDF
Diane Dallis, Carrie Donovan, Emily Okada 7-11
Thoughts on Being "The New Guy" PDF
Dave Miller 12-13
Crossing the Academic Divide, Or "Is This the Road to Tenure?" PDF
Cheryl L. Blevens 14-15
Notre Dame's Librarian-in-Residence Program PDF
Laura Bayard 16-19
It Isn't Just Me: A Story of Four Recent Library Science Graduates on the Prowl for their First Librarian Job PDF
Theresa Bruno 20-22
What Makes A Good Human Resources Person? PDF
Peter Ford 23-24
A Worldly Job: Young Librarians and the United Nations PDF
Kata Koppel 25-27
Resumes and Cover Letters PDF
Rachel Applegate 28-35

Back Matter

Submission Guidelines, Forthcoming Issues PDF

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ISSN: 2164-0475