Newbie Dispatches, Episode Four: The African American Male Librarian

This is the second of a two-part podcast on journal articles.  In the first cast, Kaetrena D. Davis-Kendrick discussed her experience publishing original research in an academic, peer-reviewed journal for the very first time.  In this second cast, we talk in detail with Kaetrena  about the research she published on African American male librarians in Read More

Newbie Dispatches, Episode Three: Kaetrena Davis-Kendrick — Getting Published

Publishing an article in an academic journal for the very first time can be an intimidating prospect.  There are a variety of factors to consider including selection of an appropriate journal, the submission and review process, author agreements and permissions forms, and dealing with the emotional impact of potential rejection. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick is a Read More

Newbie Dispatches, Episode Two: Trevor Dawes, the 2010 NDLC, and program planning skills

The Newbie Dispatches are a series of podcasts recorded exclusively by the Residency Interest Group on a variety of topics of interest to current and former library residents, current library science students, new graduates, and early career librarians. In this cast, we will be talking with Trevor Dawes about the upcoming 2010 National Diversity in Read More

Kiyomi Deards named ACRL MOW

That’s member-of-the-week, not movie-of-the-week for all you Entourage fans.  In an earlier post, I said Kiyomi is on a roll.  It seems she has not stopped.  Late last month, she was named ACRL’s member-of-the-week.  If you don’t recall or didn’t catch her bio from our earlier post, Kiyomi is currently earning her MSLIS from Drexel Read More