- — Jessica Olin (@olinj)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:02:35I'll start: I'm Jessica Olin. I'm one of the rabble-rousers who are trying to get people to talk more openly abt this #libleadgender stuff.
- — Michelle (@winelibrarian)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:02:52
- — DC.Nerd (@DCdotNerd)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:04:02Hi folks, I'm Becky. In an archive, not a library, but am a new female boss of an all male staff, so this is an issue for me. #libleadgender
- — Silvia Sheffield (@SilviaSheffield)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:04:43Hey there! I'm a lib tech at a public university in NC. Very new to the field and planning on lurking. #libleadgender
- — Adam Mizelle (@adammizelle)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:21:43Happy to have found #libleadgender in progress as I sit down to reference shift. Will lurk, learn, and leave every so often to do my job.
- — Anna Creech (@annacreech)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:26:51#libleadgender My handle is also my name. I'm a department head in an academic library. My dept. has some gender and personality challenges.
- — Charissa Powell (@CharissaAPowell)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:41:13
- — Michelle (@winelibrarian)Tue, Nov 17 2015 20:07:50I'd first like to know how the article made you feel. What was your internal or external response and emotions? #libleadgender
Michelle Millet and Jessica Olin hosted a Twitter chat to discuss next steps based on an article about the expectations of and for gender in library leadership roles that they published previously. This is our attempt to capture that conversation.
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