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Guest Speaking Online at FSU School of Information Studies October 30, 2007

Posted by bookgoddess in Books, Librarians.
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This evening I’ll be a guest “speaker” at the online class in Collection Development at the School of Information Studies at Florida State University – where I also got my M.S. in Library and Information Studies.

(Collection development is my major job responsibility – selecting books and media for the Library.)

In preparation for the class, the students have asked me some great questions about my career and my views on various aspects of librarianship.  We communicate via online discussion boards.

I’ve enjoyed answering their questions.  It’s good to be reminded about how fortunate I have been to have a vocation, not just a job, and to feel that I do something of genuine value to society.

So thank you, Dr. Chavez-Hernandez, for inviting me to participate, and thank you, students, for your excellent questions – I wish you all the best in your new adventures!

Fondly,

The Book Goddess

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