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Info Interviews – Learn from Others while Networking
SLA Toronto and Ontario Library Association’s Special Library Committee invites you to this edition of the Article Club will focus on information interviews. Who to contact? What kinds of questions to ask? Experienced in asking for info interview or hosting one? Come join your fellow info professionals for lively discussion and a drink to chat about connecting with colleagues in info professions.
When: Tuesday October 6, 2015 – 6:30pm-8:30pm
Where: The Duke of York, 39 Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2 [see map below]
Cost: Your own food and beverage
Hosts: Eileen Lewis and Kate Johnson
Read any or all of the following articles:
- Ciota, R. (2015). 8 Reasons Informational Interviews are Useful. I Need A Library Job (INALJ).
- Milligan, L. (2013). Informational Interviewing: A Unique Way to Learn about Libraries and Network at the Same Time. I Need A Library Job (INALJ)
- Muturi, E. (2004). Networking Through Information Interviews : What Works. LIScareer: Career Strategies for Librarians.
- Metropolitan New York Library Council. (2013). Demystifying the Informational Interview. Metropolitan New York Library Council.
Register by emailing katejohnson200 @ gmail.com and if you have any questions.