Re: Tips for newbies

Subject: Re: Tips for newbies
From: Claire LaForce <lafoc -at- ILS -dot- UNC -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 10:03:02 -0400

Hey, Melissa, please send me the c:\ark\alice files (I hope I got that
write-- oops, right). I'm a wannabe just graduating from a program in
Library Science at UNC-Chapel Hill, interests in environment, health,
science (and the background to go with it). The way the job market looks,
I may be doing 2-3 things to make a living, and think I would enjoy
tech-writing, possibly try copy-editing, indexing, etc. Moving back to
Vermont or at least New England soon. Any suggestions for beginners from
the list are greatly appreciated--as well as leads to library jobs in
Health Sciences libraries or hospital libraries! Thank you for allowing
me to use the list for this plug, I've been a lurker since I joined
just recently. And thanks for the file.
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Claire LaForce (919)969-7831
School of Information & Library Science
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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