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Join MLStEP for a FREE virtual panel on transferable skills and special libraries (Monday, 7/27, 6:30 ET)

Please join the Music Library Association’s Music Library Students and Emerging Professionals Group (MLStEP) on Monday, July 27 at 6:30 Eastern Time/5:30 Central Time for a FREE virtual panel discussion entitled “Transferable Skills and Special Libraries: An Interdisciplinary Conversation.” This conversation will bring together early career librarians from a broad range of

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Black Lives Matter: MLStEP Statement of Solidarity

Black lives matter. We, the Music Library Students and Emerging Professionals, wish to express our support to the cause of social justice in our respective communities and in our nations in the wake of the murders of the black men and women whose extrajudicial killings have propelled a global movement

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Getting to Know Our New MLStEP Advisor: Jessica Abbazio

In addition to taking over as the advisor to MLStEP, Jessica is also taking part in a pilot program, where she will serve as the inaugural Early Career Member on the MLA Board. Name: Jessica Abbazio Professional affiliation: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Area of interest: Public services, instruction, outreach, reference Why did

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Officer Interviews – Kurt Hanselman, Programming Officer

Name: Kurt Hanselman Years as an emerging professional:1.5 years Professional affiliation: UC San Diego Library Area of interest:My current work is in Metadata but I am also interested in continuing to develop my knowledge and skills across all areas of librarianship. As a library student, I worked at the reference desk

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2018 Music Cataloging Institute

A year into my very first job as a “real librarian” at the University of Tennessee at Martin, I was offered the chance to head up an exciting new project: cataloging the materials in the “music library” (actually, a small room in the fine arts building where music professors store

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