- — Hack Library School (@hacklibschool)Wed, Feb 22 2017 01:57:16Follow along using the #dearHLS hashtag, and be sure to include the Q# and hashtag in your response!
- — wonderbrarian (@wonderbrarian)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:02:11
- — Gina Murrell (@GinaMurrell1)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:05:30Happening now! The first-ever Hack Library School Twitter chat! Participate (or follow along) at #dearHLS! #libraries #librarylife https://twitter.com/hacklibschool/status/834220003524239364 …
- — Ian Harmon (@harmoniant)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:06:40
- — Micah Vandegrift (@micahvandegrift)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:11:00
- — and then also (@andthenalso)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:10:40
- — Samantha Belmont (@BooksinBR)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:14:18I started evaluating other options when creative writing and comp lit weren't the right fit. #dearHLS #happyaccident https://twitter.com/micahvandegrift/status/834223938620289024 …
- — Hailley Fargo (@hailthefargoats)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:14:36Q2 #dearHLS I sought out opportunities, people who would support me, and was lucky to visit schools to see if they were a good “fit."
- — Lindsey Harper (@cameralinds_)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:15:15A2: Affordability; scholarship opportunities; convenience (DL student); faculty research interests; ranking. #DearHLS
- — Katelyn Patterson (@radicalibrarian)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:16:42A2 I needed flexibility so I went with a program that allows me to take many courses online. #dearHLS
- — Kristina E. Williams (@midnorthwest)Wed, Feb 22 2017 02:18:09A2 Funding was critical. As was professional development opportunities and an active student community. #dearhls
Hack Library School's First #dearHLS Chat
February 21, 2017
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