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Lisa Eve Cheby


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Chris Hagar: Congratulations Lisa!

Kris Wentworth: So proud of you Lisa and all that you have accomplished. Congratulations!

Patty: Kudos to you, Lisa! You are an inspiration! Now celebrate and cherish your accomplishments!

Mary Ann Harlan: WooHoo! Congratulations.

Virginia Tucker: Wonderful accomplishment, Lisa! Congratulations and enjoy!

Emily Agunod: Congratulations, Lisa! Stay in touch.

Mary Bolin: Congratulations, Lisa! It was great to work with you!

Elizabeth Byrne: Congratulations, Lisa! It was great to work with you on the ASIS&T Executive. All the best!

Candace Seale : Congratulations!!!!

Sharon V: Congratulations, Lisa! What a great accomplishment!

Gina Nichols: Congratulations and best wishes in all your future endeavors!!


Lisa Eve Cheby

The degree of

Master of Library and Information Science

Virtual Convocation
2022

PROFILE

Current residence: Los Angeles, CA, US

I wanted to earn a masters degree because:

While I could have just completed the courses for my teacher librarian credential, I pursued the full masters to deepen and broaden my knowledge of librarianship, hence enriching what I bring to my job. The full masters will also give me the option in the future of working in libraries outside the public school system.

While earning my degree, my greatest supporters were:

My colleagues, friends, family, and professors! My friends and family were so understanding of the time demands. At work, I was lucky to have administrators and colleagues who allowed me to apply my learning and grow as a librarian. My professors offered the inspiration and guidance to be better at my job each semester.

While in the program, I met classmates from:

all over the world!

What I liked best about online learning was:

the flexibility and the challenge to become better at interacting in a digital world.

What I enjoyed most about my experience at the SJSU School of Information was:

the rigor of the program. I enjoyed being challenged and inspired to delve deeper into the field and to grow my expectations for my community and the role of the library in the school.

I plan to use my degree to:

I will continue to work as a teacher librarian at Verdugo Hills High School to develop a cross-curricular information literacy program.

Now that I have completed the program, I'm most looking forward to:

implementing what I learned, to continuing to develop as a teacher librarian, and to having time for my creative writing.