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Librarian Job Offer Negotiation Resources: Home

Collection of resources for Librarians negotiating employment offers. While the focus is on academic libraries, anyone interested in job offer negotiation can make use of the resources.

What's in this Guide?

We created this guide to provide information on job offer negotiations with a special focus on academic librarians.  We'll compile resources and keep you updated on our own continuing research. We hope this will be useful to all academic librarian job seekers - whether you're a newly-minted MLIS or a seasoned librarian looking for a new opportunity.

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Welcome to our guide!

It's here!  The first survey of Canadian academic librarians negotiation behaviour.

https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/6129

 

 

Paula, Emma & Mary

We're Professional Librarians at the University of Lethbridge working on a research project that seeks to understand job offer negotiation of academic librarians in Canada. The original survey was conducted by Paula & Emma. We've now added Mary to our team and we are working on some exciting new projects - stay tuned!

Paula's E-Portfolio

Emma