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Webinar: “Networking for Change: Using social media, networking, and an action plan to secure a career change”

Free webinar sponsored by SLA’s Illinois chapter:

Gain new insights on using different types of networking to make a change in your career.

On June 20 from 1-2pm (EST), SLA-IL member Cynthia Kremer will examine how to create an action plan with goals including examples of how to use social media and traditional networking to make new connections. This webinar will give you a process that you can use to connect with the right people to gain work experience in your chosen area of library science.

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Knowledge in 140 Characters

RMSLA would like to open the virtual component of our membership meeting to all SLA members.

Knowledge in 140 Characters: Using the Social Web for Professional Growth

presented by Marcy Phelps, Owner of Phelps Research

Facebook, blogs, tweets, podcasts, and other tools can bring you more than just the latest buzz; they can serve as your early-warning system, alerting you to the skills, ideas, and insights essential for today’s information professionals. Find out how to tap into the resources of the social web and create your own personalized learning network for staying future ready.

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