Miriam Kahn

Miriam B. Kahn, founder of MBK Consulting, provides education and consulting for libraries, archives, corporations, cultural institutions and individuals on topics ranging from genealogy and local history to database searching, government documents, and preservation. She is an active genealogy and local history researcher working with maps, materials, and records in cultural institutions and, of course, uses online materials. She is a popular presenter and teacher throughout the Midwest and offered courses at Kent State University’s Graduate School for Library and Information Science. She holds an MLS from Queens College, CUNY and a PhD in History from Kent State University.

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Part 1: Embedded Librarians and Information Professionals—In the Thick of Things

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Posted by Miriam Kahn on 5/8/2018

Embedded special librarians are contributing members of their departments or groups. They are in the thick of things, participating fully in the development of projects, integration of new services, or dissemination of materials and information throughout the organization and its clientele.

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Topics: Professional Development, Special Librarians

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