As a profession, we pride ourselves on a commitment to diversity of opinion and to diversity in the workplace. But are there schisms? A beleaguered young professional contacted me last week. She has an MLIS degree from Iran. She cannot get an interview… not even for a clerk, technician or on-call position. She has been […]
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It seems a bit self-centered to re-post a blog in which one’s book is mentioned, but the point made is a good one. And it does not mention my name. And I did not see it myself — it was forwarded to my by my great friend Stephen Abram. Thank you, Deane Barker for stating […]
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