Monday 25th September was my first day doing the Part Time Masters course in Librarianship. I’m going to try and keep up to date and post some general reflections on how I’m progressing.
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In this blog post I look at the different options I’ve been faced with when choosing how to study for the Masters course in Librarianship and the fees and other financial things you might have to consider depending on which option you choose.
Continue reading “Full Time? Part Time? Or Distance Learning?”
I thought I’d write a bit of an update post as I am now 3 months away from starting my Masters in Librarianship.
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Why did I apply for a Masters in Librarianship? Like most people who pursue library work (I’m guessing) there are quite a few reasons. The short story is after some library experience, and experience in different fields, I realised that the kind of career I want to have is to help people – specifically to help people find information. I didn’t come to this conclusion suddenly. It took a bit of time to figure it all out.
Continue reading “Why did I apply for a Masters in Librarianship?”
My name’s Harriet and I’m a BA Art History graduate. I’ve decided to study a Masters in Librarianship and I intend to use this blog to document my studies, my journey and library and information news/developments too. My Masters doesn’t start for a while so it might be a little slow on the blog until then, but bear with me! I have some ideas and I’ve drafted up some blog posts already.