Hilary Wagner is a native Floridian. She is an alumnus of St. Petersburg Junior College and the University of South Florida, majoring in American Studies. She then obtained her Master's in Library and Information Science from USF, where she. She has worked in academic and public libraries, and accepted the position of Reference Librarian at Rasmussen's Pasco County, Florida College at Rasmussen in 2006. She serves on the Diversity and Learning & Teaching committees and is the liaison to the Business program, including Business Management degree specialization.

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Why Joining a Professional Association is a Smart Move for Your Career

Giving back to your profession is a rewarding and fun opportunity, and getting involved in an association or organization is one way to do this. Professional associations and organizations offer a chance to grow professionally and personally, as well as the opportunity to expand networking, which can be beneficial during a job search or possibility of promotion.

Reading for Fun Can Do a Body - and Career - Good

When is the last time you read a book for fun? Think long and hard. Has it been awhile? Reading for fun can not only be enjoyable and help one decompress from the stresses of everyday life, but can potentially correlate to success in business and one's career field.

Adult Learner+Librarian Collaboration Can Lead to Student Success

Adult learners have different expectations and learning styles than learners in primary or secondary education. In higher education, students learn not only in the physical or online classroom but also in the library. One approach to meet an adult student's learning style is through andragogical teaching, or the process of engaging adult learners.

Diversity Awareness: An Important Aspect of College

Diversity awareness and programming is an essential part of the college experience, as students prepare for a job in an ever-increasingly diverse and global workplace. Employers value not only one's job-related knowledge, communication and "soft skills", but an understanding of how to interact with colleagues, clients or patients from varying backgrounds.

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