Profile: Jennifer Richard

January 2011
Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Pract;2011, Vol. 6 Issue 1, Special section p1
Academic Journal
An interview with Jennifer Richard, information specialist at Acadia University, is presented. When asked how long she has been working in libraries, she says she has worked in libraries for the last 21 years. Her first job was as a sales clerk at the Smart Shop on Charlotte Street in Sydney, New South Wales, She also describes her first library job, what she likes about her job, and her favorite conference experience.


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