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Here is the presentation from our event. Have you ever wondered how today’s Information Professionals got their start? How they keep up with the ever changing demands of technology and information ...

Here is the presentation from our event. Have you ever wondered how today’s Information Professionals got their start? How they keep up with the ever changing demands of technology and information needs? Or how you too can have a career as an Information Professional? Join us for our upcoming panel presentation and discussion with Linda Swarlis, Nancy Lensenmayer, Rachel Rubin, Sue Wolford, and Susan Yutzey at the State Library of Ohio.

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Today's Information Professionals:How Did I Get Here and How Can You? Today's Information Professionals:How Did I Get Here and How Can You? Presentation Transcript

  • Today’s InformationProfessionalsHow Did I Get Here and How Can You?
  • Sue Wolford
  • Rachel Rubin
  • Susan Yutzey
  • Linda Swarlis
  • http://columbusschoolforgirls.libguides.com/coasist
  • Linda Swarlis
  • Nancy Lensenmayer
  • CO-ASIS&T : May 13, 2013Nancy Lensenmayer
  •  Lecturer, School of Library and InformationScience, Kent State University Program Director, Education and ProfessionalDevelopment, OCLC
  • Reference Librarian Reference Librarian Mgr, Public ServicesOCLC Library
  • • Support & Training Specialist• Corporate Trainer/Consultant• Director, Education &Professional DevelopmentInstructorLecturerInstructor Consultant and Trainer• Public, Academic, Special Libraries• Consortia
  • Reference Librarian Reference Librarian • Mgr, Public Services,OCLC Library• Support & Training Specialist• Corporate Trainer/Consultant• Director, Education &Professional DevelopmentInstructorLecturerInstructor Consultant and Trainer• Public, Academic, Special Libraries• Consortia
  •  Develop OCLC reference training materialsand train regional network staff
  • Digital Library Delegation - Russia
  • Reference Librarian Reference Librarian • Mgr, Public Services,OCLC Library• Support & Training Specialist• Corporate Trainer/Consultant• Director, Education &Professional DevelopmentInstructorLecturerInstructor Consultant and Trainer• Public, Academic, Special Libraries• Consortia
  •  1. Identify your professional passions. 2. Fashion your career and own it! 3. Network and be visible. 4. Step outside your comfort zone (knots). 5. Remain true to your values. 6. Be open and flexible. 7. Strive to shine and go the extra mile. 8. Enjoy!
  • Nancy Lensenmayer
  • Today’s InformationProfessionalsHow Did I Get Here and How Can You?