#SLAtalk: What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

Our second #SLAtalk will take place on Tuesday, April 9th, and will
seek participation from new and veteran information professionals, as well as current
students at graduate schools of library and information science.


2 choices on Tuesday, April 9th:
Session #1 at 18:30
GMT (1:30 pm Eastern / 10:30 am Pacific)
Session #2 at 00:00 GMT (7:00 pm Eastern / 4:00 pm

to Answer:

  1. What
    subjects or skills do you wish you were taught or exposed to in library school?

    #1: 18:30 – 18:45 GMT
    #2: 00:00 – 00:15 GMT
  2. What
    was your favorite class or project in LIS school? How have you applied what you
    learned to your career?

    #1: 18:45 – 19:00 GMT
    #2: 00:15 – 00:30 GMT
  3. What
    formal supplemental education, if any, did you pursue after library school?

    -Session #1: 19:00 – 19:15 GMT
    -Session #2: 00:30 – 00:45 GMT
  4. What
    recommendations would you give a library school student?

    -Session #1: 19:15 – 19:30 GMT
    -Session #2: 00:45 – 01:00 GMT

In the Spirit of Organization:

By splitting the questions into 15-minute intervals we
can keep the discussion organized and make it easier for participants to
interact. We’ll help by tweeting the appropriate question from @SLAhq at the
start of each interval, so take that as your queue to move on.

to this?

Check out “How
to #SLAtalk”
for helpful tips, as well as the recap
of the first installment
to see example-tweets from several participants.

with some light reading:

Future Professionals through Broad Competency Planning
,” from the Jan/Feb ’12 issue of Information

Not an SLA member? To access these articles, join SLA, or contact us to receive temporary access.

Following the session:

Check back into this SLA Blog
post after the #SLAtalk, where we’ll post some of the best ideas that you all
have tweeted. Notice your tweet being favorited from @SLAhq? Your handle
and tweet will be posted here!

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