Both new librarians and those changing directions in the field can benefit greatly from a relationship with a positive and supportive mentor. In this book, public, school, academic, and special librarians, as well as LIS faculty and consultants, offer expertise and wisdom for those wishing to become a mentor or a protege or to implement a mentoring program. Topics include reasons for choosing mentoring relationships, practical tips on setting up a program, internships, practicums, job shadowing, virtual reference, opportunities for those new to the profession and those in mid-career, and mento.Additional Tips Approach your resume as a work in progress. It is never final. Update it regularly. Applying for subsequent positions will not be as labor intensive if your resume is current. ... When applying for jobs open this template and edit appropriately for the position. ... Perform database quality control maintenance in the online catalog (System Name) including bibliographic and holdings portions.
|Title||:||Mentoring in Librarianship|
|Author||:||Carol Smallwood, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-10-20|