Thriving as a Mid-Career Librarian–Resources

RESOURCES FOR FURTHER EXPLORATION

Accardi, Maria. 2016. “Tipping the Work-Life Balance toward Life.” Librarian Burnout. Accessed January 4. http://librarianburnout.com/2016/01/04/tipping-the-work-life-balance-toward-life/.

“The Happiness Curve – The Washington Post.” 2016. Accessed February 15. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/robert-samuelson-the-happiness-curve/2014/12/07/3b7b359a-7ca3-11e4-b821-503cc7efed9e_story.html.

“Librarian Burnout.” 2016. Librarian Burnout. Accessed February 15. http://librarianburnout.com/.

Lowe-Wincentsen, Dawn, and Linda Crook, eds. 2010. Mid-Career Library and Information Professionals A Leadership Primer. Chandos Information Professional Series. Burlington: Elsevier Science.

Rockquemore, Kerry Ann. 2012. “Essay on How Mid-Career Academics Can Find Their Place on Emotional Spectrum.”  Accessed July 12. https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2012/07/02/essay-how-mid-career-academics-can-find-their-place-emotional-spectrum.

“Teaching Like a Motherf@#%er: Finding My Mid-Career Mojo | The Education of Oronte Churm.” 2016. Accessed March 3. https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/education-oronte-churm/teaching-motherfer-finding-my-mid-career-mojo.

Worthing, Marcia L., and Charles A. Buck. 2007. Escape the Mid-Career Doldrums: What to Do Next When You’re Bored, Burned Out, Retired or Fired.. Hoboken, N.J: Wiley.

 

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