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11/5/2012 10:38:06 AM
How to Save 100 Hours, See a Beautiful City, and Expand Your Horizons
Those of us fortunate enough to have travel budgets have probably attended the AALL Annual Meeting at least once, so we know what to expect--lots of programming, some more and some less relevant to our needs, but all of it related to some facet of law librarianship. So what happens when you send a law librarian to a conference that has nothing to do with law librarianship?
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11/5/2012 9:14:17 AM
Member to Member
What new project or goal have you set for yourself, your staff, or your libary for the next year?
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11/5/2012 9:12:27 AM
The Reference Desk
Q: Help me, please. I’m caught between my supervisor and our director. I really like my job, and I’m lucky to have it. I received my M.L.I.S. about 18 months ago and found a job in the city where I live. My supervisor and I get along all right, and I’ve learned a lot from her. I don’t have much contact with my director, but she has always been courteous to me and appreciative of my work. Recently, my supervisor asked if I would present with her at the AALL conference, and I was thrilled. I was nervous about being in front of so many librarians, but my supervisor was to do the majority of the presentation.
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