For Residents and New Librarians
For Residency Coordinators
Selected Residency Readings
While in library school, my mentor, Teresa Neely, recommended “In Our Own Voices”. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the honest reflections of library residents on their programs as well as their accounts of the post-residency phase of their lives.
I decided on a residency after reading this book.
The resources recommended here will be very useful for current students contemplating a residency.
Great job, Megan.
Georgetown University Law Center Library
Add to this list? :
Michelle M. Kazmer. How Do Student Experiences Differ in Online LIS Programs with and without a Residency? The Library Quarterly 2007 77:4, 359-383 DOI: 10.1086/520995
oooh i like the sound of it. have you read it? tell tell tell.
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