Over the course of a day at work, I google a lot of things. Most of them are related to tasks I’m doing (and most of those are because I need to find libraries’ Twitter handles when I’m posting to #DLFjobs. But sometimes, you just have other burning questions.


Here are a few of my searches from the past week: “how to start a sticker business”, “a history of Tumblr crises” “tipping customs in Italy”, “upcoming events Smithsonian American Art Museum” “abeego” (which is the company that makes my reusable beeswax sandwich wraps—important research), and “iPhone X”…after which I cackled out loud to myself about how crazy-expensive they are. I think my queries reveal a lot about me, in aggregate; I may never need to write a narrative bio again!


While we’re talking about things in aggregate, here are the positions that were submitted to our Jobs Board in the last two weeks:


View past listings on our site or by tracking #DLFjobs. If you have a position description to share with the community, you can submit it quickly on our site—for free, if you’re from a DLF member institution.


Have a good evening!




Becca Quon

Program Associate for Advancement & Awards

Digital Library Federation (DLF)

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