By Elizabeth Graham At this point, it feels pretty unnecessary to reiterate how libraries are constantly changing, but let the record show I’ve acknowledged it, CHANGE IS A THING. It will always be a thing. Whether it’s a pandemic, a system migration, or even a new boss, change is unavoidable. Throughout my career I’ve comeContinue reading “Change Management Checklist”
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Law Librarian by Day, Law Student by Night
by Elizabeth Graham Whenever asked about my decision to go to law school I say, “It’s the best-worst decision I’ve ever made.” After nearly two years as an evening JD student, I stand by that assessment. Inevitably, the next question asked is why I chose to go to law school, and let me tell you,Continue reading “Law Librarian by Day, Law Student by Night”
What’s in a name?
By Elizabeth Graham As it turns out, Shakespeare was wrong. Names do matter, especially when they are used to dismiss, denigrate, or de-professionalize an entire segment of the library profession. For more than three decades, we’ve struggled to agree on a term that best represents those working in libraries without an MLIS degree. Phrases likeContinue reading “What’s in a name?”