This is the first book designed to meet the needs of Internet-connected librarians interested in using online tools to advance their careers. Includes practical advice on topics ranging from current awareness services and personal Web pages to distance education, electronic resumes, and online job searches. Up-and-coming librarians will learn how to research education opportunities, and experienced information professionals will learn new ways to network online. Supported by the Career Development Online Web Page.Library Job Postings, 281, 282 Library Job Resources, 292 Library Journal, 65, 113, 120, 158, 292, 324, 350, 362 Library ... 168 Library Management, 59 Library Media and PR, clip art, 129 Library Mosaics, 350 Library News Daily, 134 Library of ... 74 aquot;Library portalsaquot;, 65, 144 Library Research Round Table, 107 Library Research Seminar II, 107 Library Research ... online reference, 47 LOEX Clearinghouse for Library Instruction, 336 Longley, Dan, 313 LookSmart, FindArticles.com, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Information Professional's Guide to Career Development Online|
|Author||:||Sarah L. Nesbeitt, Sarah L. Johnson, Rachel Singer Gordon|
|Publisher||:||Information Today, Inc. - 2002-01|