Aaron reports on his new job: http://www.walkingpaper.org/1029 I’m super excited to let interested parties know that I’m now the Digital Initiatives Librarian for the District of Columbia Public Library. Not quite sure what a Digital Initiatives Librarian does? Well, it is vague on purpose but I can tell you that I’m going to be doing website visioning, usability … Continue reading Reinvention: walkingpaper style
Congrats to Jill on her new position as a Professor of Practice at Syracuse: http://hurstassociates.blogspot.com/2008/10/ch-ch-changes-or-changes-in-attitude.html While I have been influencing my “community” through writing, speaking and project work, I have decided to do something that allows me to influence the next generation of information professionals even more. In January, I’ll be joining the School of Information … Continue reading Reinvention: Jill Hurst Wahl
I do feel welcome, thank you., originally uploaded by [ iblee ]. “SWFLN welcomes our newest staff member, Lee LeBlanc, Continuing Education/Emerging Technologies Coordinator. Lee comes to us from Florida Gulf Coast University, where he was most recently a Senior Library Technical Assistant for the Computing and Public Service Departments. He is currently a graduate … Continue reading Lee LeBlanc, Reinvention
Via It’s All Good: Wednesday, June 25, 2008—The British Columbia Library Association (BCLA) announces the appointment of Alane Wilson as Executive Director of the BCLA, effective June 30th, 2008. Alane Wilson was most recently Senior Library Market Consultant with OCLC in Dublin, Ohio. During her time with OCLC, Alane Wilson monitored and analyzed trends and … Continue reading Reinvention: Alane Wilson Style!
Helene Blowers pointed to Matt Gullet’s post about moving to the great Northwest: Lastly, some may look at this move and say that is crazy, risky, stupid, etc. He is flying without a parachute or a net. Yes, I agree to some extent that doing this is a bit risky, but sometimes in life we … Continue reading Reinvention: Matt Gullett Takes a Leap
Haven’t had a reinvention post in a while. I was tickled to read about Karen Schneider’s new position with Equinox. As of June 23 (just in time for ALA!), I’m the Community Librarian at Equinox, the support and development company for Evergreen, the premier, industrial-strength open-source integrated library system software. What, you ask, is a … Continue reading Reinvention – Free Range Librarian Style
http://www.blyberg.net/2007/02/20/moving-on/ He writes: I am leaving Ann Arbor because I have accepted a position at the Darien Public Library in Darien, Connecticut. My official title will be Head of Technology and Digital Initiatives. I have to say that my pulse quickens when I think about what the Darien Library has in store for the future, … Continue reading Reinvention: Blyberg Joins the Incredible Darien Library Team
I apologize! I meant to post a shout out to Karen Schenider the day she started her new job at Florida State. Here’s a bit about her first day: http://freerangelibrarian.com/2006/12/alice_in_academia.php And I especially appreciate this: http://freerangelibrarian.com/2006/11/a_little_this_a_little_that.php What is my new job, you have asked? It’s an extremely cool gig. Florida State University originally hired me … Continue reading Reinvention Free-Range Style
http://www.libraryman.com/blog/2006/11/27/new-job-news/ A big congrats to Michael Porter, AKA Libraryman who has accepted a job at WebJunction in Seattle! Wohoo! Michael has been doing some outstanding talks and presentations up and down the West Coast and here and there, including Hawaii and SRO crowds in California! Michael, who I admire greatly for his caring nature and … Continue reading Reinvention: Libraryman Style
WooooHoooo! http://www.davidleeking.com/2006/08/27/davids-new-job/ David reports: I have accepted a new job! Starting in October, I will be the Digital Branch & Services Manager (read the job ad, if you’re interested) at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. I’ll be in charge of all things digital – including the website (and building a new, extremely cool … Continue reading Reinvention: David Lee King Style!