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A presentation for University of Iowa SLIS student group LISSO on September 5, 2018 comparing the differences between resumes and CVs and tips for creating both documents or a hybrid thereof

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Academic Librarian Resumes vs CVs

  1. 1. Academic Librarianship Resumes vs. CVs
  2. 2. Resume vs. CV Hybrid Resume/CV Resume CV For Both Take Aways
  3. 3. What is the difference between a resume and CV?
  4. 4. Resumes show job responsibilities.
  5. 5. Resumes are short.
  6. 6. CVs show teaching, research, and service.
  7. 7. CVs are long.
  8. 8. How do you choose whether to use a Resume or CV?
  9. 9. The answer depends on the application.
  10. 10. Academic librarians are hybrids.
  11. 11. Hybrid identities mean unique formats.
  12. 12. Follow the language of the job ad.
  13. 13. For example, where do you put: Exhibitions Blog Posts Social Media Community Engagement
  14. 14. Exhibitions, blog posts, social media, and community engagement might go under “public scholarship” or have their own individual sections in a CV whereas on a resume they would be listed under the position.
  15. 15. Hybrid identities mean that the job ad’s language should dictate your answer.
  16. 16. How do I make a resume?
  17. 17. List only relevant job experience.
  18. 18. Include non-work experience if relevant.
  19. 19. Add bullet points under each job for each major responsibility.
  20. 20. Begin bullet points with an action verb.
  21. 21. Vary the action verbs between responsibilities.
  22. 22. Avoid duplicating action verbs.
  23. 23. Be as specific as possible when describing your responsibilities.
  24. 24. Include deliverables for responsibilities.
  25. 25. Make deliverables quantitative: list numbers and dollars.
  26. 26. Do not include courses taken, hobbies, personal characteristics, or other extraneous information.
  27. 27. Use a skills section over a courses section.
  28. 28. Group skills by category.
  29. 29. How do I make a CV?
  30. 30. Determine which subcategories are needed.
  31. 31. Place publications first.
  32. 32. Define publications however it applies to you.
  33. 33. Choose a citation style.
  34. 34. Provide full citations.
  35. 35. Link to open access publications.
  36. 36. Teaching goes second.
  37. 37. Define teaching however it applies to you.
  38. 38. Identify your role.
  39. 39. List course number, name, level, enrollment.
  40. 40. If desired, provide a one sentence summary.
  41. 41. Service is third.
  42. 42. Highlight your level of contribution.
  43. 43. Include the committee’s region.
  44. 44. Mention if you were elected and/or terms.
  45. 45. Link to committee rosters and/or work.
  46. 46. Optional categories go last.
  47. 47. Optional categories include: Languages Skills Organizations References
  48. 48. What should both resumes and CVs include?
  49. 49. Provide professional contact information.
  50. 50. Use consistent formatting.
  51. 51. Employ a consistent level of detail.
  52. 52. Do not use categories with only one item.
  53. 53. One item category exceptions include: Grants Books Other High-Profile Achievements
  54. 54. Include links whenever possible.
  55. 55. Employ links in text, not through URLs.
  56. 56. If you have to use a URL, shorten it.
  57. 57. Consider what you can put online and where. Personal website Social media handles Institutional repository Slide deck sharing platforms Etc.
  58. 58. Link to a professional website if you: Keep it updated (minimum once a year). Keep it relevant to all jobs.
  59. 59. Link to social media handles if you: Keep it updated (minimum monthly). Keep it relevant professional. Keep it relevant to all jobs.
  60. 60. Let others proofread your documents.
  61. 61. Update your resume/CV regularly even if you’re not on the job market.
  62. 62. What are some key take aways?
  63. 63. Find people whose resumes/CVs you can emulate.
  64. 64. Think not just about the job you want now, but the job you want later.
  65. 65. Allow current holes to set future goals.
  66. 66. Thank you! Amy Chen amy-chen@uiowa.edu @amyhildrethchen
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    Nov. 25, 2021

A presentation for University of Iowa SLIS student group LISSO on September 5, 2018 comparing the differences between resumes and CVs and tips for creating both documents or a hybrid thereof

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