Interview: Cate Carlyle

If you dream small and achieve those dreams nothing really changes, but if you dream big your whole world can change and it is so wonderful when that happens!

Cate Carlyle is a curriculum resource coordinator, librarian at a small Halifax university and also reviews children’s and young adult books for CM Magazine: Canadian Review of Materials. She’s a writer (“Your Passport to International Librarianship”ALA 2018, “Not Ready to Die” Common Deer Press 2019) and amazing international library volunteer who can inspire young professionals around the world.

We asked Cate a few unusual questions. Read the interview below and find out more about this awesome Canadian librarian.

 

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IFLA/ALA Webinar recording & evaluation!

recordingIn case you missed today’s webinar “Can new librarians have a voice? Training and professional development vs. workplace reality“, here is the recording:

https://ala.adobeconnect.com/pzcze9e5kp0l/

If you participated, please fill in the evaluation form:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7B7FJB8

We thank the IFLA CPDWL team, NPSIG team and ALA support in making this webinar happen!

 

IFLA/ALA webinar “Can new librarians have a voice? Training & professional development vs. workplace reality”

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Another dynamic webinar with astonishing speakers on the way:

Christine Mackenzie, Catharina Isberg, Elham Sayyad-Abdi and Antoine Torrens – these names speak for themselves!

However, if you wish to hear their point of view when it comes to new librarians, their voices and professional development — and we are sure you do! — please do as follows:

Join us on September 24, 2018 for the next IFLA/ALA webinar “Can new librarians have a voice? Training & professional development vs. workplace reality” (** Time zones: Chicago 7AM, Paris 2PM, Melbourne 10PM **)

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