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Monthly Archives: June 2011
For Aussies who are California dreamin’ or find themselves in a New York state of mind on a regular basis, the loophole visa (otherwise known as the E-3) allows tertiary educated Australians in a specialty position to migrate without the pesky card of green.* So you have an ALIA … Continue reading
I care about your professional development. Passionately. I can’t really tell you why I care, but the simple fact is that I do. I want you to continue to learn about our profession after you have submitted your last assignment. I … Continue reading
My mind has been buzzing with ideas as I have been lucky over the last few days to be gaining rich professional development opportunities. I will be trying to catch the ideas and distil them over the next few days … Continue reading
An interesting post on the NMRT-L elist today from an established professional in the American Library Association titled “A perspective on conference attendance and support”. In the email the author points out that never have librarians been fully funded to … Continue reading
What on earth? I hear you say. How is that possible? But… but… spam is EVIL! Yes, I know. Unfortunately, I have been reduced to spamming. Although is it spamming if you’re after specific information and are not trying to … Continue reading
I received an email from a close friend of mine last night. She had seen the link to my first #blogjune post via Facebook or Twitter and rather than commenting publicly she wrote me an email. She notes “your personal … Continue reading