It’s been just over a year since I graduated with an MLIS, and figured it was time for some reflection on what I’ve learned. Now that I have time to breathe. Well, kind of have time to breathe between work, running, hiking, dragon boat racing, poetry writing, and trying not
For the record, I DO NOT recommend trying to open a large theatre show and taking two grad school classes at the same time. Wisdom is knowing that you really don’t know.
1. Tech skills are a necessity.
2. Metadata is king.
3. There is always uncertainty.
4. Make a schedule and stick to it.
5. Practical experience is worth more than theoretical knowledge.
Wow… This is the last day of spring break from grad school, which means I’m into the last 7 weeks of classes and spent the week without classes catching up. I’m struggling a bit with my Database class (actual construction of databases, as opposed to use or idiosyncrasies of reference
It’s approximately 30 days from the show’s opening. As with any large show, there’s a heck of a lot still to be completed. Don’t get me wrong, it’s actually going quite well. In fact, the documentation is coming along pretty well. There’s a big scramble this month to finish all
I just registered for my final semester of grad classes. Wahooo! It’s hard to think that after 3 looooonnnggg years I’ll finally have my degree in May, and I can say is: FREEDOM! I want to take an Alaskan cruise in celebration, and I’ve been pricing them out. Figure that