FROM PHD STUDENTTO CANDIDATE TOASST. PROFESSOR                                REFLECTIONS ON THE PROCESSDr. Carolyn Hankca...
MEMEME   Disclaimer
DIGITAL             CURATION      ORGANIZATIONAL                            (E.G., DIGITAL                             REP...
2005-2009
2005-2010
2005-2011
DISTRACTIONS
QUESTION (2)                                                            DoomsdaySADNESS                                   ...
ME   Everyday
ME   EverydayUS     Cohort       Faculty
ME     EverydayUS       Cohort         FacultyTHEM   Networks
THEDISSERTATIONDIET
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS            Dr. Helen R. Tibbo       MY   Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway            Dr. Jeffrey PomerantzCOMM...
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS          Dr. Deborah Barreau     MY   Dr. Cal Lee  BENCH   Dr. Kathy Wisser          Dave Pcolar
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS         MY   Dr. Songphan ChoemprayongPILOT STUDY   Laura Sheble              Paul Jones       TEAM
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS      MY   IMLS           SILS, UNC-CH FUNDERS   Beta Phi Mu
WW?Dwhat would (fill-in-the-blank) do?
THANK YOUCAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: 514.398.4684Web: http://ils.unc.edu/~hcarolyn                    ...
(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

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

  1. 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. 2. MEMEME Disclaimer
  3. 3. DIGITAL CURATION ORGANIZATIONAL (E.G., DIGITAL REPOSITORIESSocial FORMAL &Regulatory INFORMAL CHANNELSLegal & UNITS PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
  4. 4. 2005-2009
  5. 5. 2005-2010
  6. 6. 2005-2011
  7. 7. DISTRACTIONS
  8. 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. 9. ME Everyday
  10. 10. ME EverydayUS Cohort Faculty
  11. 11. ME EverydayUS Cohort FacultyTHEM Networks
  12. 12. THEDISSERTATIONDIET
  13. 13. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Dr. Helen R. Tibbo MY Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway Dr. Jeffrey PomerantzCOMMITTEE Paul Jones Dr. Richard Marciano
  14. 14. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Dr. Deborah Barreau MY Dr. Cal Lee BENCH Dr. Kathy Wisser Dave Pcolar
  15. 15. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS MY Dr. Songphan ChoemprayongPILOT STUDY Laura Sheble Paul Jones TEAM
  16. 16. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS MY IMLS SILS, UNC-CH FUNDERS Beta Phi Mu
  17. 17. WW?Dwhat would (fill-in-the-blank) do?
  18. 18. THANK YOUCAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: 514.398.4684Web: http://ils.unc.edu/~hcarolyn Questions

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