Library Work Success helps you do a great things in your library-related job with practical tips and tools from the fields of career counseling, education, business, and more. This site focuses on professional skills applied to the library profession:
- Career development
- Leadership and management
- Organizational culture
- Productivity and attaining goals
- Project management
- Workplace learning
Whether you are a librarian, a library worker, an aspiring librarian, or a professional working within libraries, this site is for you.
I believe in the power that information, technology, and education provides to people to bring about positive change in the world.
I’ve been working in academic libraries for more than 25 years. I’ve also work elsewhere on campus through adjunct teaching and a few times I’ve gotten to travel to amazing places with students.
I followed my passion for helping others succeed in their jobs by earning a Masters of Science in Education for Adult Education / Human Resource Development in 2016. That’s a degree that focuses on performance of people and organizations. I learned a lot about instructional design and learning theories, management and organizational design, needs assessment and program evaluation. Quite a few years earlier (22 years earlier, in fact) I earned my Masters of Library Science from the University of Alabama. I am certified for Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Appreciative Inquiry, and my career focus is on helping others and organizations to learn new ways to be successful.
For more details about my professional life, visit my LinkedIn profile.
About the Photos
I took all photos included in Library Work Success, unless otherwise credited, and have made them available through an attribution non-commercial Creative Commons license. In other words, you can use them as long as you aren’t making money on them and give me credit. Download from Flickr and I’d love to hear from you if you do use them. Please contact me if you’d like to reuse any of them for commercial projects.
Questions? Please ask!
Jennifer A. Keach
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