I graduated from Syracuse University on May 10, 2008 with a Master of Science in Library and Information Science as well as a Certificate of Advanced Study in Digital Libraries. Highlights of graduation week included being inducted into Beta Phi Mu, the Library and Information Science Honor Society and being awarded the Master's Prize for my LIS program at Convocation.
Added by Philip Bahr on May 14, 2008 at 12:19pm —
On May 10, 2008, I graduated from Syracuse University's MSLIS program with a Master of Science in Library and Information Science as well as a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Digital Libraries. I have of course already begun the job search. I am looking to relocated to either an urban area/city or a progressive smaller community. My two areas of focus in Librarianship are Information Literacy (Instruction) and Digitization.
Added by Philip Bahr on May 1, 2008 at 9:55pm —
I started my first internship here at Syracuse University's Bird Library on campus September 2007. My title is Information Literacy Intern in the Instructional Services Department. I am teaching library and research instruction primarily to freshmen. It has been very exciting so far. I am extremely interested in pursuing instruction as a career. I have a background in corporate training and the urge to teach/instruct has stayed with me over the years.
For the Spring Semester (January… Continue
Added by Philip Bahr on September 30, 2007 at 1:56pm —
I am a full-time library student at Syracuse University. I will be graduating Spring 2008 from SU's MSLIS program with a Master's Degree as well as a Certificate in Digital Libraries.
I am a mid-life returning student beginning to plan my internships (non-paid, but course credit) for this coming year, my last at SU. I am open to internship possibilities locally or outside this area. As of this summer, if…
Added by Philip Bahr on September 30, 2007 at 1:44pm —
This is the first social networking tool I've used where I've added friends without really knowing who the people are. This is an experiment. I want to see where this social networking tool takes me. So I'm putting myself out there in this medium.
Added by Philip Bahr on July 17, 2007 at 10:43am —
I just noticed when I did a search on myself in Google, Library 2.0 comes up very high in the search. I guess I need to thank the folks at Ning for that. Thank you, Ning! I like the idea that people can access a page about me that is very current.
Added by Philip Bahr on July 17, 2007 at 10:41am —