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Abigail Willemse

Down the rabbit Hole: Abby's Adventures in LibraryLand

In this fun animation, new Information Professional Abigail Willemse takes us on her learning journey from distance learning study, gaining valuable knowledge of the profession through work experience, and volunteer positions to landing her first dream job at the library. Spolier Alert: You will be inspired. 

Library Assistant Client Services (part-time)

Are you looking for a position within an academic library? Are you organised, accurate and keen to work on a range of tasks? Enjoy working in a collaborative and engaging environment? If you are a good communicator with flexibility, enthusiasm and great customer service skills then this may be the opportunity you are looking for.

Academic Liaison Librarian

Academic Liaison LibrarianLibrary, The University of Waikato Are you an experienced Library professional able to think outside the square? Are you interested in belonging to a team which plays a pivotal role in connecting people and information resources? Do you have a passion for working with students and academic staff to help them achieve their research goals?

What it is and why librarians need to know about it.

If a librarian was the’ boss of education’ what do you think they would do first?

Let's add the vital voice of libraries to the education conversation

Where do you work/job title?

Kia ora. I work at Unitec Institute of Technology Library where I am Customer Services Assistant based at Waitākere campus.

Webinar: Programming for Millennials

Sara is the General Services Librarian at Upper Darby Township & Sellers Memorial Free Public Library located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, United States.
One of her main jobs as a General Services Librarian is providing programming for millennials aged 18-35.

The general public sometimes assumes that people living with dementia, even those who once obtained a great deal of pleasure from reading, can no longer read, or if they are still able to do so, are only able to cope with basic vocabulary and simple grammar.

Julia asked Nicki Sharpe from Nelson Public Libraries about the Sign Language Story Time sessions they run at the library.


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