What qualities do you think you should look for in a prospective reference librarian?
- Good long-term and short-term memorizing/memorization skills
- Ability to answer sincerely, and, at least sometimes, quickly
- Being able to memorize the inside of the library easily and/or quickly
- Good Attitude that is, mostly, if not, always in most/all situations
The only reference to Tokyo Rose's death I could find was in an encyclopedia was "2000" but no day was listed. Call your local librarian because there have been many books written about her and the librarian can probably locate the EXACT date for you. I found another date of September 26, 2006 but really you should have the librarian find which date is correct.
The word librarian is normal a common noun and should not be capitalized Ex. The librarian is checking out books at the front desk. Unless the word librarian is referring to a specific librarian, which would make it a proper noun, thus needing capitalization. Ex. When Librarian Smith retired, many children missed her. You can see that that because librarian is being used as a title (as opposed to Ms./Mrs./Mr.) it is not capitalized.
This is an illogical question, as a question of quantities must be answered with a number. In this case, the the number of good librarians who have a sense of cleanliness. To find the answer, one would first have to define what a "good" librarian is, as opposed to a "bad," "average," "saintly," "fastidious," or any other kind of librarian, then determine how many of the "good" librarians have a sense of cleanliness. If the…
Being really organized and being well read and have a thirst for knowledge and learning new things, even outside your personal realm of interests. The person should be able to identify a book if a customer wants one, be fast at doing things, explain things clearly, and know where all the books in the library are. Librarians should also have a major interest in social studies.
On a job application, you might be asked to name several references. References are people who can attest to your character or give favorable information about your ability to work. Your prospective employers want to be able to call the references on the telephone or send them a reporting form in the mail. So they request their address by asking you to list Reference Address. They request their phone number by asking you to list…