ebackhus4 karma2015-05-05 03:13:42 UTC
Wasn't the ticket for a permit issue?
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ebackhus2 karma2015-05-05 14:46:28 UTC
Ahhhh, gotcha. Thanks for the details on that!
Disclosure: Fellow San Antonian who's been trying to follow this story.
ebackhus1 karma2014-04-15 21:11:12 UTC
Well maybe not all of them, but the ones I felt I'd be best qualified for and there were quite a few.
ebackhus1 karma2014-04-15 20:38:45 UTC
A digital library just opened here (Bibliotecha) and I applied for all the positions. I have years of experience in libraries and my main skillset is with technology. Despite that I wasn't even called for an interview...
ebackhus1 karma2014-04-15 20:23:57 UTC
I'm a former library employee (I was in IT but worked out of a branch) and have been in libraries since before I was born until now. Having worked for years at the reference desk I learned how to do everything the librarians did and then some. I love libraries and what they do and would like to still be a part of that but despite my knowledge and skills the lack of a MLS keeps me out.
My questions is, do you two feel that the ability to answer a question effectively is bolstered by the extra education or not relevant?
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