The 10-Minute International Librarian #33: Make a Library Resolution

It’s a cliché, but the start of a new year is a good time to make plans and commitments.

Before things get too busy, you can identify things you can do differently – and hopefully better – and so grow in your job.

You may not know what the outcome will be, but you can only learn by trying new things!

So for our 33rd 10-Minute International Librarian exercise, make a library resolution.

Pick something you have maybe identified as a person goal in the past year, such as delivering a project, or learning a new skill or developing your knowledge or connections.

You can look back at some of our previous 10-Minute International Librarian ideas so far for inspiration.

A great idea can be to find a way to make your own work and practice more international!

Let us know your resolutions in the comments box below.

 

This idea relates to the IFLA Strategy! Key Initiative 2.3: Develop standards, guidelines, and other materials that foster best professional practice.

You can view all of our ideas using the #10MinuteInternationalLibrarian tag on this blog, and of course on IFLA’s Ideas Store! Do also share your ideas in the comments box.

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