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(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process
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(Feb 2011) From PhD Student to Candidate to Assistant Professor: Reflections on the Process

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Event: SIS-EBSI Doctoral Symposium, School of Information Studies, McGill University, Montreal, QC, February 18, 2011

Event: SIS-EBSI Doctoral Symposium, School of Information Studies, McGill University, Montreal, QC, February 18, 2011

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  • 1. FROM PHD STUDENTTO CANDIDATE TOASST. PROFESSOR REFLECTIONS ON THE PROCESSDr. Carolyn Hankcarolyn.hank@mcgill.caSchool of Information StudiesMcGill University5TH EBSI-SIS SYMPOSIUM ININFORMATON STUDIES18 February 2011
  • 2. MEMEME Disclaimer
  • 3. DIGITAL CURATION ORGANIZATIONAL (E.G., DIGITAL REPOSITORIESSocial FORMAL &Regulatory INFORMAL CHANNELSLegal & UNITS PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • 4. 2005-2009
  • 5. 2005-2010
  • 6. 2005-2011
  • 7. DISTRACTIONS
  • 8. QUESTION (2) DoomsdaySADNESS Scenario“Pretty bad;” “Very bad;” “Sad;” “Pretty sad;” “Panicked;”“Devastated, both emotionally and professionally.”ANGER“Mad as hell;” “Pretty peeved;” “Pretty angry;” “Angry and upset;” “Frustrated;”I’d do something drastic [in response] (i.e., legal action).RELIEF“I don’t have to do it anymore;” “I get half an hour of my life back.”C’EST LA VIE“Pour another cup of coffee and get back to work;” “Probably have a drink andforget about it;” “Not welcomed but not tragic … I’d get over it;” “Drop out of theblogosphere until something else comes along.”DOUBT“How would that happen?;” “It would take an extreme catastrophe;”“Hard to believe lost and unrecoverable.”49 | 63 findings
  • 9. ME Everyday
  • 10. ME EverydayUS Cohort Faculty
  • 11. ME EverydayUS Cohort FacultyTHEM Networks
  • 12. THEDISSERTATIONDIET
  • 13. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Dr. Helen R. Tibbo MY Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway Dr. Jeffrey PomerantzCOMMITTEE Paul Jones Dr. Richard Marciano
  • 14. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Dr. Deborah Barreau MY Dr. Cal Lee BENCH Dr. Kathy Wisser Dave Pcolar
  • 15. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS MY Dr. Songphan ChoemprayongPILOT STUDY Laura Sheble Paul Jones TEAM
  • 16. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS MY IMLS SILS, UNC-CH FUNDERS Beta Phi Mu
  • 17. WW?Dwhat would (fill-in-the-blank) do?
  • 18. THANK YOUCAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: 514.398.4684Web: http://ils.unc.edu/~hcarolyn Questions

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