Today we celebrate the completion of my master’s degree! It’s been two years in the making, is the culmination of seven years at university and on top of it all, a whopping big HECS debt but I’ve finally finished. I have a qualification that, I hope like hell, will get me a job.
What did you spend all this time and money studying, I hear you ask. Why a Master of Information Management, I answer. With these additional post-nominal letters added to the end of my name, I am a fully-qualified, bonafide and petrified librarian.
So in celebration of my achievement I would like to announce that the next month (or four posts) will be library themed. You’ll see top fives, an industry focused discussion, and even an informative guest post written by myself and the wonderful Amy from Lost in a Good Book (who also slogged through the degree).
So without further ado, I welcome you to What I Like & Why You Should Too’s library month.
In addition to this wonderful achievement of mine, I would also like to take the time to congratulate myself for only missing two of the fourteen blog posts for the last three months. The 40 hour a week study schedule may have had something to do with the missing posts but having a backlog of scheduled posts didn’t hurt 😉