Category Archives: Management

When in Management, Learning to Let Go: The Struggle is Real

In an effort to get back to blogging on the regular (OK, to get there at all), I’m holding myself to Monday posts because then I can also delay working on other things on Mondays AND get something done I’d like to actually do! Voila! _______ I am now in my third year as the … Continue reading When in Management, Learning to Let Go: The Struggle is Real

My Thoughts on Faculty Status for Academic Librarians

I’ve been kicking around the idea of sharing my thoughts on this topic for some time. And, from time to time, have chimed in via Twitter and have also had this conversation with various librarian friends. My own feelings towards faculty status for academic librarians ┬áhas certainly changed as my career path moved along its … Continue reading My Thoughts on Faculty Status for Academic Librarians

In Defense of Directors: It’s Lonely at the Top

A couple of weeks ago I was teaching in a week-long, immersive workshop and found myself, as I often am, defending library directors. Now, this post is not in defense of the raging lunatics (which I’ve worked for) or the absent library director (been there, done that), but it is in defense of the ones … Continue reading In Defense of Directors: It’s Lonely at the Top