#SLAtalk Roundup: Live and Learn!

How do information professionals stay current in today’s fast-changing information environment? How well do library schools prepare info pros for their careers, and what could they do better?

We partnered with INALJ to present two chats on Monday, September 22, about the state of education and professional development for information professionals. What we heard may surprise you—namely, that “old school” topics like cataloging and “fluff” courses such as Adult Interests and Reading Materials can be just as valuable as classes on social media and digital objects, and that sessions on failed projects are a can’t-miss highlight for many conference and seminar attendees.

View the chats on Storify:

 



 

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