I'm going to UCLA, my alma mater, on Wednesday to tell the MLIS students there about our 5 available jobs.
All but one of the positions is posted on the library webpage here:
I'll be staying at the swanky Hotel Angeleno. They can get me to and from campus by shuttle, so I don't have to rent a car. All the places within walking distance to campus were FULL. And all the other places close by, were just as expensive.
I leave on Wednesday, so I hope to have time to visit the department in time to catch the Wednesday afternoon classes. I'll be around all day on Thursday as well. And will be on a panel from 12-1:30pm sponsored by the department about academic librarianship.
How should we measure the success of this trip? An interesting assessment question to research.
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