Bright Ideas, Hard Work and Thick Skin Engaging in Scholarly Activity as a New Librarian

Boyd, Melanie; Lupien, Pascal
April 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p73
The article presents a conversation between Pascal Lupien and Melanie Boyd, both are academic librarians at the University of Guelph in Ontario. They shared ideas on their experiences in research, writing and getting published. Lupien started research and writing in his first job at a public library. He considered topics that have not been written about. On the other hand, Boyd began her research in library school. She looked up to practical considerations other than motivation in her writings. INSET: Bright Ideas.


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