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Meet Michael Rodriguez: INALJ Assistant Editor, Librarian & Faculty

by Tracy Wasserman, Senior Assistant, INALJ Florida Meet Michael Rodriguez: INALJ Assistant Editor, Librarian & Faculty Meet Michael Rodriguez, INALJ Florida Assistant Editor and Faculty Library at Hodges University in Naples/ Fort Myers, Florida * Photo credit to Lynn Elliott, Florida Library Association, via Flickr Tracy: Tell us about your history in working in libraries. Michael:…

Carrie Netzer Wajda …Success Story

My interview with success story Carrie Naomi: How did you find your current job? Carrie: Through the New York chapter of the Special Libraries Association jobs website. I’ve always had better luck applying for jobs online or through postings than through networking. Perhaps this is just a fluke, since it goes against every piece of…

Alex Lent …Success Story

Naomi House’s interview with success story Alex. Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Alex:  I had a pretty good thing going when I applied for my current position. I was teaching and doing research at McGill University, where I was (and still am) a PhD student. Because I already had a job, I…

Linda Humes …Success Story

All Jobs for INALJ can be found here: http://inalj.com/?p=1441 Updated daily Naomi House’s interview with success story Linda. Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Linda:  I am fortunate that I work in the school district where I got the job and knew that the librarian was retiring.  I will say, however, that my…

Crystal Miller… Success Story

All Jobs for INALJ can be found here: http://inalj.com/?p=1441 Updated daily Naomi House’s interview with success story Crystal. Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Crystal:  I saw a posting for the MIT position on the Simmons GSLIS Jobs and Opportunities Blog http://gslis.simmons.edu/blogs/jobs/. Naomi:  Favorite library you have been to? Crystal:  I was fortunate…

Erin Wenz …In Six

My interview with INALJ volunteer and success story, Erin Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Erin:  I have been lucky to work with the wonderful people at my current employer for the past few years.  When a professional librarian position opened up, I jumped at the chance to apply.  Of course, the position was…

Mara Egherman …In Six

My interview with success story, Mara M J Egherman, MA, MLIS Naomi: How did you find your current job? Mara:  I was told about a potential opening at my current place of employment, a small liberal arts college, by a librarian at that college while attending an Iowa ACRL conference hosted at that same college.…

Rhonda Donaldson …In Six

My interview with success story, Rhonda Naomi: How did you find your current job? Rhonda:I always look on the INALJ pages, but a friend sent me the email listing for my new job. Naomi: Favorite library you have been to?  Rhonda: My absolute favorite library to visit so far, I have a few but, the…

Jessica Crossfield …In Six

My interview with success story, Jessica Naomi: How did you find your current job? Jessica: We have some great list serves in Ohio, including OhioLINK and Kent State SLIS. Tons of jobs are posted daily and most of them are local. My current position just popped up in my mailbox one day! Naomi: Favorite library you have…

Rebecca Lashinski …In Six

My interview with success story, Rebecca Naomi: How did you find your current job? Rebecca: I either found this one on INALJ or the Minnesota Library Jobline. I’ve been looking since I graduated, and this one finally came through and I could not be more excited. Naomi: Favorite library you have been to? Rebecca: I…

Andy Woodworth …In Six

Reposting from 1/10/12 My interview with the fabulous blogger Andy Woodworth of Agnostic, Maybe . Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Andy: If I could do my blog as a full time job, I’d be ecstatic. I enjoy the conversations around these issues as well as the analysis and reactions. It would be…

Amanda Fensch …In Six

My interview with Girls in the Stacks Amanda! Naomi: What made you interested in blogging for or starting Girls in the Stacks?: Amanda: I’d been reading the blog for some time and always thought the ladies of GiTS were funny and interesting. I also really liked the fact that they predominantly reviewed YA lit, which…

Zack Frazier …In Six

Republished from 11/28/11, a highly popular interview with Hack Library School’s Zack! Naomi: What made you interested in blogging for Hack Library School? Zack: I had been following Heidi and Micah on twitter before coming to library school. They saw a few posts I had written and offered to take me on after a positive…

Emily Ford …In Six

My interview with In the Library with the Lead Pipe’s Emily Ford Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Emily: It’s hard for me to come up with a dream job. Maybe I’m too based in reality that was the slow start to my stable employment, which consisted of jumping fromtemporary job to temporary…

Ellie Collier …In Six

My interview with Ellie of In the Library with the Lead Pipe Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Ellie: If they need a librarian at the Franklin Institute, that could be a top contender. And if we’re dreaming big enough for me to also magically have the competencies required, I’d also be happy…

Erin Dorney …In Six

My interview with Erin Dorney, Outreach Librarian at Millersville University Library, and blogger at In the Library with the Lead Pipe Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Erin: I’m still in my first post-library school position, so I have a ton of dream jobs for the future. I’d love to see how long…

Rebecca Halpern …In Six

Naomi: What made you interested in blogging for Hack Library School? Rebecca: I became interested in blogging for HLS because I read the blog and loved what they’re doing. There are a lot of valid complaints and criticisms about LIS education and as much as I love complaining, if I don’t share my thoughts and…

Annie Pho …In Six

Naomi: What made you interested in blogging for Hack Library School? Annie: I read Micah’s article in In the Library with the Lead Pipe about the Hack Library School project and spied on the original Google Doc. After he wrote another post looking for more diversity on the blog, I decided that I would actually…