Hack Library School‘s Day in the Life (#HLSDITL), round 2, is a project that encourages library school students from around the world to come together to share what Library (school) Land is really like. This will help prospective students learn what library school is actually like and connect current LIS/IT students with those in other programs. Find other students or sign up on their wiki.
I’m in my first semester of library school at The Catholic University of America, taking 2 classes and working as an Access Services Library Assistant on campus. I’ll be writing about my classes and my research projects, as well as my extracurricular involvement in two of our LIS student organizations, SLA & AGLISS.
Well, Monday’s blog-post didn’t quite get finished as quickly as I expected (11:45pm on Tuesday is not a Monday blog post). So, I’ve decided to make my life easier by posting all the #HLSDITL-related tweets I sent out today.
A perfect start to my day. Stress about registration on Monday is gone!
THE POWER OF TWITTER COMPELS ME… to tweet excessively.
I figured out how to do this all by myself & it gave me the happies!
Katie’s our President & she could give Obama a run for his money
Can I carry this around for HTML-related emergencies? #HipsterLibrarian
Monday’s blog post on Tuesday, Tuesday’s blog post on Wednesday, you get the drift.
Libraries have a grace period for returns, so you understand, right? After all, #HLSDITL doesn’t stamp due dates.