INALJ Interviews Are Going Away

by Naomi House, MLIS

INALJ Interviews Are Going Away

I will be archiving all INALJ interviews to the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine in the coming weeks.  The link to the interview will still work, however it will no longer include the interview or image, just a link to the Internet Archive archived version and the following text:

This interview is over 1 year old and may no longer be up to date or reflect the interviewee/interviewees’ positions

If we do any interviews in the future we will keep them up for approximately one year and then archive them to the Internet Archive, the exact same way as I have described above.

Naomi House

Naomi House, MLIS, is the founder and publisher of the popular LIS jobs resource (formerly I Need a Library Job). Founded in October 2010 with the assistance of her fellow Rutgers classmate, Elizabeth Leonard, INALJ’s social media presence has grown to include Facebook (retired in 2016), Twitter and a LinkedIn group, in addition to the interviews, articles and jobs found on INALJ has had over 20 Million page views and helped thousands of librarians and LIS folk find employment! Through grassroots marketing, word of mouth and a real focus on exploring unconventional resources for job leads, INALJ grew from a subscription base of 20 friends to a website with over 500,000 visits in a month. Naomi believes that well-sourced quantity is quality in this narrow job market and INALJ reflects this many new jobs published daily. She was a 2013 Library Journal Mover & Shaker and has served on the University of Maryland iSchool Board from 2014-2017. Naomi was a Reference, Marketing and Acquisitions Librarian for a contractor at a federal library outside Washington, DC, and now lives part time in Western NY and Budapest, Hungary. She has heard of spare time but hasn’t encountered it lately. She pronounces INALJ as eye-na-elle-jay. 


  2 comments for “INALJ Interviews Are Going Away

  1. Adrienne
    March 13, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    Have enjoyed your posts throughout the years, thank you! Wishing you all the best!

    • March 13, 2019 at 7:09 pm

      Thanks! Keeping the articles for now but I know many don’t want old interviews online these days 🙂

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