People Interact

Blog about people-centered design by Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas.

Tag Archives: e-portfolio

How to Spring Clean Your Online Presence

SpringFlowers are blooming. Birds are chirping. Spring is here. It’s time to spring clean your online presence.

Here are some ways to get you started:

Update your LinkedIn profile.
Add new information (i.e. attended any classes/training recently?). Clean up your LinkedIn group memberships.

Update your e-portfolio.
Look for and fix broken links. (I just fixed some links on my e-portfolio. Some library associations and groups have recently launched redesigned websites, resulting in broken links.)

Google yourself and/or set a Google Alert.
What’s out there about you?

NY Librarians Meetup E-Portfolio Presentation at NYPL


More on e-portfolios…

Upcoming Presentation – Using E-Portfolios to Showcase Your Work, Experience and Skills

NY Librarians Meetup GroupJoin us and the NY Librarians Meetup Group on Tuesday, February 12 at 6pm for “Using E-Portfolios to Showcase Your Work, Experience and Skills“.

New Year’s Resolution: What’s Your Career Strategy?

It’s a new year. Let’s talk about your career and your career strategy.

In many of our leadership and career development presentations, we talk about self-assessment and career strategy.

  1. Self-assessment: Do a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis and set SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound) goals.
  2. Career strategy: People, professional brand, and online presence are three important aspects of your career strategy.

Here are some ideas and resources (from our presentations and blog posts) to get you started:

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