Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States

Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States is geared towards audiences interested in finding a job in library and information science outside of North America. The webinar is coordinated by Amanda Click, PhD Student and ELIME-21 Fellow at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and supported by Libraries Thriving.

Floating down the Nile in Cairo.

This is me floating down the Nile in Cairo.

As a panelist, I contributed my thoughts on international opportunities for archivists, with a special focus on creating a sense of communal trust.

View the Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States Webinar announcement.

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Amanda Click, Tracy Havlin, Madeline Mundt, Carolyn Runyon, Martha A. Speirs, and Jackie LaPlaca Ricords “Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States” (webinar for Libraries Thriving, November 6, 2012).

 

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