In June 2010 I was awarded a Masters Degree in Information Science from Drexel University. I wanted to improve my job opportunities and getting a masters degree in music seemed like a pointless endeavor when I was already professionally working beyond the requirements needed. I really wanted to learn something new!
With the digital revolution in information technology, Information Science seemed like a brand new field. Just like in years past when I got into synthesizers as they were just developing, I figured getting into this new field would position me in a good place on the cutting edge with a lot of teaching experience at the university level in my background. I've used academic libraries extensively in my teaching and was comfortable with computers, so it seemed to be a good fit.
The downside is that I don't have experience working as a librarian, I just have the degree. So I won't upload a resume here, I'll provide examples of the work I did in my classes to give proof that I can function in this field. Here's some examples: