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Re: Curriculum for a course on Electronic Resources or ER Librarianship? Barbara Pope 03 Aug 2007 18:48 UTC

I agree.  After over 8 years of working with mostly reference,
collection development, web page design, circulation, I decided to do
something very different and applied for a serials job.  It is extremely
challenging and I really like it.  But there wasn't really any one
person around to teach me how to do it.  I learned how to use the ILS
and how to navigate around a record from the systems librarian.  I
learned a little about Serials Solutions from Serials Solutions.  The
rest I basically learned on my own or had to read about it on listservs,
in journal articles, and in books.

Barbara Pope, MALS
Reference/Periodicals Librarian
Axe Library
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg KS  66762

Beth Johns wrote:
> I only lurk on this list, but I'll have to tell all of you, a course in electronic resources librarianship would have been very helpful for me (I think)--this is my first position, about a year and a half into it and I pretty much went in blindly.  I enjoy it, but I do feel a lot of my education has been by trial & error!
> Beth M. Johns, MLIS
> Electronic Resources Librarian
> Direct: 1-989-964-2158
> Saginaw Valley State University