This is the first book designed to meet the needs of Internet-connected librarians interested in using online tools to advance their careers. Includes practical advice on topics ranging from current awareness services and personal Web pages to distance education, electronic resumes, and online job searches. Up-and-coming librarians will learn how to research education opportunities, and experienced information professionals will learn new ways to network online. Supported by the Career Development Online Web Page.Info Career Search for: Job listings from libranes and other employers of libranans Postings are kept online for ... Post your job ad ac Browse job listings by type ac Search job listings New I Search all job listings by using the form below Search Trends Newsletter Discussions Search ... If you are currently employed, and you dona#39;t want your employer to know that you are job hunting, you may wish to use aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Information Professional's Guide to Career Development Online|
|Author||:||Sarah L. Nesbeitt, Sarah L. Johnson, Rachel Singer Gordon|
|Publisher||:||Information Today, Inc. - 2002-01|