Contribute!

Are you a student or professional interested in writing about information, special libraries or collections, communication and technology, or even your experiences in library school?

Then consider contributing to our blog! 

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Benefits of Blogging

  1. Builds your professional writing skills
  2. Makes you more engaged with current issues
  3. Helps you build an online presence and (for the lack of a better word) concrete and accessible examples of your work

As part of their series on Personal Branding, the International Librarians Network wrote this great post about the importance of professional writing.

Professional writing is a valuable way to make your stamp on the world. It is a way to share your thoughts, showcase your knowledge but also to build your reputations with colleagues near and far.

@InterLibNet

If you’re interested, send an email with your piece or idea to sla.tsg.1@gmail.com

While we can’t guarantee that every post will be published on the blog, here are some basic guidelines:

  1. Priority will be given to iSchool students or members of SLA
  2. Topics should related to information, special libraries or collections, information organizations more widely, communication and technology, etc.
  3. The post can take the form of a personal reflection, book review, a critical look at an issue or event, or another form that you’d like to try. We can talk about it 🙂
  4. If you have a personal blog, or any social media accounts, we can link to it all! The post cannot be anonymous, but if you don’t want to link to your social media accounts, that’s fine as well!

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