Satellite stories: capturing professional experiences of academic health sciences librarians working in delocalized health sciences programs
Excuse the cross-posting Greetings health sciences librarians, As a fellow of the Medical Library Association (MLA) Research Training Institute (RTI) 2019 cohort, I am researching community college health sciences librarians perceptions of Medical Library Association (MLA) competency skills. The data will be used to fill a gap in the literature about how health sciences community…
Librarians in our nations 123,000 libraries make a difference in the lives of millions of Americans every day. Now is your chance to tell us why we should shine the spotlight on a librarian at your public, school, college, community college or university library. Nominate your librarian for the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award!. Up to ten librarians will be honored. Each will receive $5,000 and be recognized at an awards ceremony hosted by The New York Times at TheTimesCenter in December 2008.. Now THIS is one event that I hope they get Oprah to visit! Deadline for nominations is October 15, so hurry. If you dont nominate that deserving librarian, who will?? Heres your chance ...
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Conclusion. Legal information professionals who are specialists in foreign, comparative, and international law can help you answer difficult questions and navigate complicated research. You can find them via listservs, research guides, directories, from word-of-mouth, at conferences, in association special interest groups, and via Ask a Librarian. Post a question. Make a phone call. Chat. Ask an FCIL librarian for help. You wont regret it. International law librarians will help you find the answers you need or help you figure out how to get them.. _______________________. [1] GlobaLex: http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/index.html.. See also Janet Kearney & Michelle Penn, Go-To Resources for the Non-FCIL Librarian, DipLawMatic Dialogues Blog, Feburary 13, 2019. The embedded video was created by Mary Rumsey, former FCIL librarian at the University of Minnesota Law Library: My Rules for Using Law Library Reference,November 10, 2011, ,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVx99ztMWZk,. See also ...
Ive noticed that there seems to be a hesitation about asking a librarian anything. The reasons people give are often, She looks busy or Hell think this is a stupid question. Heres the scoop: The librarian wants to help you. Yes, she has some work with her while shes at the reference desk. But when she is at the desk, her main responsibility is to help you. As for the stupid questions, I think most librarians would agree with me that the only truly stupid question is the one that isnt asked.. 2. Do you have any collections that arent in the catalog?​. Just because the library has it, doesnt mean that its in the catalog. Things like obituary files, newspaper clipping collections, vertical files, and rare books may not be included. Be sure to ask the librarian about these hidden gems.. 3. Are there other places that could have the resources Im looking for?​. This is an especially useful question when you have a very specific research focus. The librarian might be able to ...
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Informed Librarian Online is a current awareness web site and newsletter for all librarians and information professionals covering all of the librarians professional reading. There are links to the tables of contents of current issues and full-text of articles. Discounts are offered on books of interest to librarians and all those who work with information. The web site includes articles written specially for our subscribers that discuss issues and new developments of importance to information professionals.
Health science librarians are invited to participate in Biomedical and Health Research Data Management Training for Librarians, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office (NTO). The course is an 8-week online class with engaging lessons and practical activities, and provides basic knowledge and skills for librarians interested in helping patrons manage their research data. Participants will then complete a capstone project at the end of the course, and the experience will culminate in a Capstone Summit at NIH on April 10-11, 2018. The major goal of this course is to provide an introduction to data issues and policies in support of developing and implementing or enhancing research data management training and services at your institution. This material is essential for decision-making and implementation of these programs, particularly instructional and reference services. The course topics include an overview of data ...
While pursuing my Masters in Library and Information Science I have noticed a disconnect between the book librarians and the tech librarians. Admittedly, when I first got to GSLIS I did not see myself as a tech person. However, my attitude since then has changed. I have realized that all librarians are or have the potential to be tech people. In fact, I think anyone at all is a tech person because it is so entrenched in our daily lives. I think the idea that only certain people are tech people is alienating girls, people of color, and other marginalized groups from careers in science and technology. And this trend is creating a highly stratified and unjust social system. Our perception of tech people is usually white, upper middle-class, heterosexual men. This group has historically been in power and will continue to be if they are the only ones designing the technologies that everyone uses. The goal of my presentation is to call librarians to challenge how they view themselves and ...
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One goal of American Education Week is to honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. When I read this, I thought immediately of school librarians, whom I consider the unsung heroes of education. I worked as a library aide for several years and saw first-hand the difference librarians can make it students lives at both the elementary and high school level. Contrary to what some people think, todays school librarians do more than buy books and stock shelves. They educate students in computer skills, research skills, and critical thinking. Many school librarians are on the cutting edge of information technology, and they are the ones educating not only students, but also teachers, on the best use of that technology. You can read specifically how in this document prepared by the International Society for Technology in Education ...
Here we are getting ready for a new school year - and COVID19 is still wreaking havoc. There is little clarity around how, when or how little of the time students will be on campus. In all three of those possibilities, HISDs school librarians should be key players in inspiring and supporting a students love of learning, a teachers creative teaching methods, and overall literacy skills. During the online instruction phase, you may see librarians present information in conjunction with the classroom instruction, reading stories, sharing ideas for how to search or what to read, and pointing students and staff to the best available digital resources . Behind the scenes, librarians are participating in virtual meetings with school staff to share information about the curriculum or creating and recording instructional videos. Once schools reopen, the library can help by providing ways that small groups can work together and be supervised to assure social distancing. Librarians can also continue to ...
This section contains articles, blogs, and streaming videos that loosely represent the perspectives of new librarians. Some of the authors of the blogs listed below may not actually be new librarians, but they offer fresh perspectives on the issues of librarianship. Also, few of streaming videos are specifically about new librarians, but they challenge, represent, or question the stereotypes that those unfamiliar the profession may have about librarians. ...
This CL intervention demonstrated that there is perceived value in the local production of evidence summaries to address practitioners information needs. Interest in the CL role spread beyond the pilot areas and requests for summaries were received from Trust senior management and other corporate services. Our findings suggest that a CL can be an effective knowledge broker, facilitating the interaction between producers and users of research.16 The nature of the requests for evidence was also illuminating; the large number of requests relating to information needs other than treatment strategies (e.g. aetiology) is a novel observation. This contrasts with findings from a previous study17 that the number of treatment-related questions outweighed those relating to other clinical areas (e.g. diagnosis). Additionally, a previous systematic review18 highlighted how previous discussions of the CL role have concentrated on clinician decision-making and patient care. However, the diversity of the ...
Librarians will still be needed to help the public, the public just may not know it yet. Kristin Jeffries. This is a great quote by one of my classmates in our discussion forums, where the entire class talked about the effect technology has on libraries missions. We keep hearing stories questioning whether all the new technologies are going to make libraries obsolete-and the answer is no, as Kristin said.. Communities keep cutting library budgets in belt-tightening moves, believing that libraries are less relevant these days, but indeed, they dont realize they need us librarians, yet. Hopefully they will before its too late.. ...
Research4Lifes global testimonies from librarians in developing countries highlight the important role they have in building institutional capacities and aiding in vital research From information literacy training to building infrastructure and outreach, librarians are critical to building a healthy research culture in the developing world and they are often the unsung heroes in the research ecosystem. For this reason, Research4Life has commissioned a special booklet, Unsung Heroes, Stories from the Library - narratives from individuals around the world who have in reality become the unsung heroes of research in their institutions.. Every day, these librarians train, assist and empower faculty, students, doctors, and staff in accessing and using vital information available through Research4Life and other resources, impacting not just the individuals work, but the extended community around them.. These stories were chosen from a total 45 case studies which were reviewed by a Research4life ...
Librarians are a key component of helping organize the worlds information. Despite search engines making it much easier to access information, librarians will still be a critical component to organizing the internets taxonomy.
2012 At its June 2012 meeting the Council of the American Library Association passed a resolution in support of school libraries and librarians. The resolution was initiated by ALA Councilor Sara Kelly Johns, School Librarian at Lake Placid Middle/High School (NY), and a Past President of the American Association of School Librarians. The full text of the resolution is included below.
This months post in our series of guest academic librarian bloggers is from Debra Kolah, head of the User Experience (UX) Office at Fondren Library, Rice University in Houston, Texas. She also blogs at the Effervescent Librarian.. A 1947 film located in the online Wayback Archive, The Librarian, urges young people to become librarians, and features a traditional library, and lots of books, and no technology - not even the early technologies of the library world. It stresses you must have two things to be a librarian: a love of books, and a love of people. Ten years later, the classic 1957 film Desk Set, starring Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, pits a traditional librarian against a suit from IBM. It is his task, as an expert of electronic brains, to automate and replace the jobs of the reference librarians at a television studio. I love these examples of librarianship, not just because they are quaint and outdated, but because, at the time, they spoke truth. A love of books got you far ...
Yolanda Alaniz [email protected] Alicia A. Antone, MLIS, MPA Executive Director Broward County African-American Research Library and Cultural Center 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 Phone: (954) 625-2873 Cell: (954) 444-6726 Fax: (954) 625-2804 E-mail: [email protected] Michelle Baildon MIT [email protected] Angela Barnes Library Information Manager Brooklyn Public Library Flatbush Branch-38 22 Linden Blvd. 718.856.0813 718.856.0899 (fax) [email protected] Ofilia Barrera [email protected] 469-233-6240 (Cell) Rachel Garza Carreón Recruitment and Outreach Librarian University of Iowa Libraries Iowa City, IA 52242 phone: 319-335-6441 [email protected] Amy Gonzalez Ferguson Instructional Services Librarian Richland College 12800 Abrams Rd. Dallas, Texas 75243 Cheryl Franklin Dallas, TX [email protected] Kimberly M. Gay Reference and Instruction Librarian I John B. Coleman Library, Office number 126B Prairie View A&M University ( Texas A&M ...
Faced with tight budgets, how can libraries creatively use staff to implement technology projects? When tackling the Web site redesign project, the Columbus Metropolitan Library implemented a Virtual Librarian project team. Three public service staff members worked in the IT department 28 hours a week for a year. The split positions allowed the completion of project work, but more importantly built a bridge between public service and technology. The Virtual Librarians have acted as ambassadors, challenging library staff to look at customer service in new ways. They illustrated how to break the mold of traditional staffing patterns and tap into the potential of staff in implementing technology projects. Using concepts from the book Art of Innovation by Tom Kelley, the Virtual Librarians bring energy and fun into implementing technology projects ...
Internet Librarian 2011 caters to all interests and all levels of knowledge with five simultaneous tracks, including [email protected], plus many workshop and networking opportunities. Join us at the most comprehensive conference for library and information professionals interested in technology to discover the insights, strategies, and practices that allow us to push the envelope in expanding the Net, managing libraries and digital information, and enhancing the information-sharing and learning experiences of people in our communities. Internet Librarian 2011 provides attendees with many chances to meet and hear from leading-edge information professionals in all types of environments - leaders in the information industry who are integrating content and delighting their clients, organizing and managing digital content in creative ways, setting the context for excellence in information utilization within their organizations, revolutionizing the roles of info pros, building strong collaborative ...
Abstract: Updates the premier textbook for students and librarians needing to know the landscape of current databases and how to search them.. Librarians need to know of existing databases, and they must be able to teach search capabilities and strategies to library users. This practical guide introduces librarians to a broad spectrum of fee-based and freely available databases and explains how to teach them.. The updated 6th edition of this well-regarded text covers new databases on the market as well as updates to older databases. It also explains underlying information structures and demonstrates how to search most effectively. It introduces readers to several recent changes, such as the move away from metadata-based indexing to full text indexing by vendors covering newspaper content. Business databases receive greater emphasis.. As in the previous edition, this book takes a real-world approach, covering topics from basic and advanced search tools to online subject databases. Each chapter ...
Sadie Arnold 1950-1959 Lucy Hadley 1959-1971 Lucy B. Teschek 1979-1980 Kathleen L. Dunbrack 1980-1986 Helen E. Skinner 1986-1989 William H. Teschek 1990-2016 Stacy C. Mazur 2016-CHILDRENS LIBRARIAN: Before 1979 the Assistant Librarian did now now the Childrens Librarian: Kathleen L. Dunbrack 1979-1996 Margaret L. Assistant Technical Services Librarian), 2013-( Teen Services Librarian), 2016-( Assistant Director) Maureen Cullen 2008-2013( Substitute) Wendy Rega 2009-( Childrens Services Assistant Librarian) Bob Rice 2009 Kathleen Hall West;( Public Services Assistant Librarian 2013-, hideous Librarian 2017-) Kathy Faulkingham 2010-12, Childrens Services Associate 2015- Shelley Chandler 2010-11( Substitute and Library Page) Jenny Tobler 2010-2011( Substitute), 2011-2012( Childrens Services Associate) Julie Gibb 2010-2013( Childrens Services Associate) Millie Ellis 2010-2011( Library Page) Nicole Cico 2012-2013( Substitute), 2013-2015( Childrens Services Associate) Liz Premo 2012-2013( ...
Alumna Lisa Webster hired as CNN Archives Librarian.. San José State University School of Information alumna Lisa Webster credits her recent hire as CNNs Archives Librarian to an assignment in her INFO 259 (Preservation Management) class with instructor Victoria McCargar. In the class, we had to research professional organizations in digital preservation and join their email lists. I signed up for several lists that were interesting to me and monitored them regularly for industry news and job listings. I saw an opening at CNN on one of them and applied.. After an intense round of interviews, five to seven with Human Resources, CNN Librarians, Library Managers, and CNN Executives, said Webster, CNN went with another candidate. Since Webster still had a year left toward earning her MLIS degree, this came, in part, as a relief. But when CNN contacted her nearly a year later for the job she currently holds, she jumped at the chance and, after an accelerated round of interviews, was hired a ...
Damn LJs Blog Interface…But I have the rest of the post, saved…arg. its jsut bad reposting like this all the time…. I saw another survey on Library Journal comparing the average salary for men in this field to the average salary for women. Men: ~46,000; Women ~41,000. The reason behind this disparity is already known by avid AL readers as the Girls Club Syndrome. In short, this phenomenon occurs when librarians gather around the water cooler and in the break room and generally anywhere there is a place to chat. However, since this is a Female dominated profession, these groups stare down their noses at the male librarians, as they are either below them, because they hold a womans job, or against them, because they hold a womans job. As such, these male librarians have nothing left to do but focus on their work and either go up the ladder into management or progress to a much better job elsewhere. Either way, this average mans salary goes UP and the womens salary stays ...
The Ohio Library Support Staff Institute (www.OLSSI.org) is looking for promotional items to give to their attending librarians at this years conference. This is a great opportunity for writers to reach out to those all important librarians who can hand-sell and recommend books to patrons. Around 100 librarians will be in attendance. They are looking for bulk of up to 100 or individual items including overstocks and ARCs. If you would like to donate some of your works or goodies to the cause, please contact Katie Mihaly, OLSSI Steering Committee, at 419-372-7908, or [email protected] ...
I stole this idea from the Ten Facebook Pages Every Techie Should Follow to create a list for Libraries and Transliteracy, now Im using it here for a general list for all librarians. Lets get the shameless self-promotion out of the way! Librarian by Day - the official page for me & this blog. Sure you can…
Are you a librarian? Are you interested in chatting and collaborating with other librarians? Do you have an IM handle? If so, feel free to add it to this list! Note: Please try to keep the list in alphabetical order. *Abdullatef, Gtalk: ibnsaadiah, Yahoo: [email protected] *Max Anderson, [http://nnlm.gov/gmr NN/LM-GMR (Chicago)], AIM/Gtalk/MSN: maxlibris, Yahoo: norskmax *Lori Ayre, [http://galecia.com/weblog Mentat] The Galecia Group, AIM/bowenayre: Gtalk: loriayre *Steve Backs, Monroe County Public Library (Indiana), AIM/Gtalk: stivab, Yahoo: stivabmcpl *Derik A Badman, Temple University, [http://madinkbeard.com Madinkbeard], AIM/Yahoo: derikbad *Moreno Barros, [http://extralibris.info ExtraLibris Brazil], AIM: morenopissedoff ; MSN: moreno.barros[at]gmail.com *Jenny Benevento, Associated Press, AIM/MSN: dorkbrarian, Gmail/talk: jennybento at gmail, skype: Jenny Benevento, URL: http://www.jennyjenny.org *Abby Blachly, ...
Face it: most librarians are probably cooler than you. After all, their job is to wrangle books, attract readers, and then get the two together - one of our own favorite activities. Though for many years, the librarian stereotype was a severe old…
65-66 An Axe to Smash the Face of Time. Time is the enemy of Librarians, a book is a stony dam in the torrent of Lethe, a museum is like the Hoover Dam. If carrying an Axe in Tragic circumstances (i.e. witness to things being subject to inevitable loss) then you may enter a screaming fit and hew your Axe into the face of Chronos. Chronos is currently incarnated,( in the manner of Moby Dick) as the people/things pissing you off at this particular moment. (Its an Ahab thing). The Axe will wipe their memories. By smashing their fucking brains out of their head. Every blow is to the head of humanoid enemies, d20 damage each time. One fight per game. Add one for each time you roll this. Any survivors suffer amnesia. If you are not carrying an Axe, why not? Not even a small one? A tomahawk? What kind of librarian are you? ...
Join expert medical librarian Amanda Horsman and Doug Felder from Mendeley for an exclusive webinar focused on how librarians like you use Mendeley Institutional Edition to support students and researchers. Amanda will demonstrate the power of facilitatin...
Our expert searchers have learnt a lot about drug nomenclature over the years, which may help you if youre trying to search for drug-related information; here we summarise a presentation given by one of our Clinical Librarians, Tom Roper, to our Searching and Teaching Peer Group.. Every drug has an IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) name, for example N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethanamide, an approved (official or generic) name from WHO, its recommended international non--proprietary name (rINN) and/or a national name. a British approved name (BAN) on in the USA a United States adopted name (USAN) e.g. Paracetamol, Acetaminophen. Then there are proprietary (brand or trade) names: e.g Tylenol. And then they may have nicknames coined by busy clinicians to describe drugs frequently adminstered, e.g. taz for tazocin (properly piperacillin/tazobactam).. Drug names may seem confusing, to say nothing of being hard to pronounce, but there is a logic to their structure. All drug names have ...
Due to Kennesaw State Universitys unprecedented growth and increased funding and support for its libraries, the KSU library System seeks a new entry-level librarian who is a dynamic, collegial, self-motivated and flexible individual to serve as the Resource Sharing Services Librarian. Under the supervision of the Director of Access Service, the incumbent serves as a member of the Access Services Unit and helps guide the library to meet the challenges of todays complex higher education library systems in lending and borrowing library materials, and is responsible for working collaboratively to achieve the KSU University and Library System missions, goals, and objectives. The Kennesaw Campus will serve as the home base for this position, but the incumbent will spend time working at all of the library systems facilities and campuses ...
Take-home message: Utilize the librarian and your library! Anna Uribe: Masters of Library and Information Services and lead instruction librarian and the liaison for doctoral programs at the University of Arizona global campus, AUGC.Tips:1. Dont use links to save your research2. Downloa...
Resources for Getting Published. Charbonneau, D. H. Preparing for Publication: Strategies for Identifying Potential Library Journals. Library Scholarly Publications (2009): 3. Print.. Gordon, Rachel S. The librarians guide to writing for publication. Scarecrow Press, 2004.. Labaree, Robert V. Tips for Getting Published in Scholarly Journals: Strategies for Academic Librarians. College & Research Libraries News 65, no. 3 (2004): 137-39.. ...
This anonymous interview is with a public librarian who has been a hiring manager, a member of a hiring or search committee and a human resources professional. This person hires the following types of LIS professionals: for a small public library - all departments This librarian works at a library with 10-50 staff members in…
LAUC-B Membership Roster. Current LAUC-B Committee Rosters. Executive Committee. Committee on Appointment, Promotion, and Advancement (CAPA). Committee on Affiliated Libraries Affairs. Committee on Diversity. Committee on Professional Development. Committee on Research. Conference Planning Committee. Distinguished Librarian Award Committee. Nominations and Elections Committee. Task Force Rosters. Archive of Committee Rosters. Historical Roster of CAPA Members. For Executive Committee and CAPA rosters from 1968-1991/1992, please see Librarians, LAUC-B, and the AFT: The Struggle for Academic Status at the University of California, Berkeley, 1963-1991 by William L. Whitson (1992). [pdf document]. ...
Childrens librarians try hard. They buy the best books, attend the best workshops and conferences, plan and deliver the best story times, read the best and latest professional literature, incorporate best practices. But they may only see a child for thirty to forty-five minutes per week or less. Childrens librarians can model, provide information and tips, and recommend books and activities, but they cant do it all. They dont have the concentrated time with the children to work on pre-reading skills that paves the way for brain development in young children.
One of my favorite librarians to follow is Gwyneth Jones, The Daring Librarian. She is creative, knowledgeable and someone who thinks out of the box. Here is one of her presentations on marketing your library. I love the design elements and eye-catching slides. I have added this presentation to the Teacher-Librarians page, which can be accessed at the top of this page ...
Kind Reader sent a story about what has to be one of the most ridiculous encounters ever to take place in an academic library. The short version is that 5-6 protesters invaded a room in the library at UC-Santa Cruz that had been booked by the College Republicans for a discussion group. The protesters proceeded to yell at people until some of them were arrested for disturbing the peace. In the middle of it all was a librarian trying to calm things down, and who displayed a remarkable poise in dealing with the situation, despite one of the protesters yelling at her to show her political leanings and kick out the peaceful College Republicans. We know this because theres a video, and its a doozy. When I viewed the video, it was at City on a Phil; October 18 at 9:44am. Its pretty stunning to watch a 20-year-old woman make such an ass of herself. Perhaps readers will disagree, but heres how the situation looked to me. The College Republicans, which I assume is a ...
도서관에서 가져오기! Basics of genealogy reference : a librarians guide. [Jack Simpson] -- This book offers novice and experienced reference librarians an introduction to tried-and-true genealogy techniques and resources. With the help of four case studies, Simpson outlines a basic ...
Welcome to the Librarian Reappointment and Tenure Toolkit! We hope to provide you with a reliable source of information about reappointment and tenure for librarians at McGill, along with regulations and guidelines and various resources to assist you, no matter what stage you are at in the process.. ...
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Bellydance -- more properly known as Raks Sharki -- suffers from stereotypes of the opposite sort. It has nothing to do with stripping, entertaining the sheik in the harem, etc. It is descended from the folk dances of Middle East, where it is done by both men and women. The two-piece bra and belt, I Dream of Jeannie outfit you may think of as traditional costuming did not originate in the Middle East -- the idea was borrowed from Hollywood movies! Those of us who are in love with this dance dont do it to titillate men but because we find it a strong, powerful, and joyous artistic expression. I was inspired to create this page because I have met SO many Bellydancing Librarians that we could create our own interest group at ALA! What is it about this combination? For me, it provides a balance between left brain/rational/cerebral pursuits and right brain/artistic/physical enjoyment. If YOU are a Bellydancing Librarian and would like to contribute to this site, email me at [email protected] Send ...
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Teacher Librarian Services Credential The Teacher Librarian Services Credential Program at CSULB is designed to prepare fully-qualified, outstanding teacher librarian professionals, and emphasizes meeting the information, educational technology and reading needs of diverse populations. It offers a Teacher Librarian Services Credential and a Special Class Authorization in Information and Digital Literacies.
Librarians and massive open online courses (MOOC), collections collisions, and a controversial keynote were some of the highlights of the 33rd annual Charleston Conference. Held November 6-9, the conference drew 1,500 attendees, yielding an increase of 300-plus people from the previous years event. Conference-goers chose among 200 concurrent sessions and visited 100-plus companies in the vendor showcase. Librarians in the Post-Digital Information Era Jenica P. Rogers, director of libraries at the State University of New York-Potsdam, keynoted the conference with a stirring call to action for librarians. She began by saying she was speaking to and on behalf of librarians, not publishers or vendors. Rogers was most concerned about vendor practices that stifle free expression in attempts to control the marketplace. ...
MD: I thought it would be wonderful for my students to have a book club, and having someone from outside the school involved made it more exciting for them. I also thought you would have new ideas for books and activities. Since I dont work with other librarians on a day-to-day basis now, or have access to many professional magazines, I find that public librarians are more in touch with current titles and trends. I have to admit that I was hoping that you would have a budget for multiple copies of the book club books, since my book budget is so limited, and you did. But I swear I am not just collaborating with you for your book budget! You bring so much enthusiasm and patience to the book club, and I am so grateful for all the preparation you do -- and the treats you bring my students. They really benefit from the book club and look forward to it all month long ...
ACRL has organised a free Webcast on March 4 2015, Putting the Framework for Information Literacy into Action: Next Steps, 1pm - 2 p.m.USA Central time (which is 7pm- 8pm UK time). Following the ACRL Board Action at Midwinter, the Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education is now a dynamic living document that has great potential for transforming information literacy research and practice. This webcast will provide an overview of next steps for the Framework and will highlight examples of how librarians are already incorporating it into their work. Join us to learn more about plans for creating resources and professional development opportunities to support librarians in using the Framework and contributing to its growth. Learning outcomes: Become more familiar with how the threshold concept foundation of the Framework can inform action research and curriculum design; Explore examples of how librarians are experimenting with the Framework in a variety of contexts; Hear about next ...
Michael Sauers is currently the Director of Technology for Do Space in Omaha, NE. Michael has been training librarians in technology for the past twenty years and has also been a public library trustee, a bookstore manager for a library friends group, a reference librarian, serials cataloger, technology consultant, and bookseller since earning his MLS in 1995 from the University at Albanys School of Information Science and Policy. Michael has also written dozens of articles for various journals and magazines and his fourteenth book, Emerging Technologies: A Primer for Librarians (w/ Jennifer Koerber) was published in May 2015 and more books are on the way. In his spare time he blogs at travelinlibrarian.info, runs The Collectors Guide to Dean Koontz Web site, takes many, many photos, and typically reads more than 100 books a year. View all posts by Michael Sauers ...
On the 20th of January 2014 Caroline Stirling and Christine Love-Rodgers took over the role of Academic Support Librarian for the School of Social and Political Sciences, formerly held by Shenxiao Tong.. Caroline Stirling has worked in User Services in the Main Library for several years, most recently as a Helpdesk Supervisor at the Main Library. Caroline will be leading on information skills teaching in the School. Christine Love-Rodgers has worked as an Academic Support Librarian in various Schools in HSS over the past decade, including the School of Divinity who she continues to support. She will be leading on collection development and budgetary management.. Caroline and Christine will be working on a job-share basis, with Caroline available at the Main Library on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings. Christine will continue to be based at New College Library on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and available at the Main Library on Thursdays, working flexibly to meet teaching and meeting ...
The RWWL-AUC seeks and innovative, energetic and experienced E-Learning Technologies Librarian. This newly created position will work collaboratively with faculty, students and library staff to support effective use and inclusion of current and emerging learning technologies, multimedia applications, and library resources into teaching, research and study. This position is responsible for planning and implementing an integrated teaching and technology curriculum that will incorporate classroom, small group, individual, and online learning components. The E-Learning Technologies Librarian is responsible for the librarys virtual existence on social media platforms, including establishing, monitoring, and entering communications that promote the library, its programs and resources. The E-Learning Technologies Librarian will participate in providing information and research services, in collection development and will serve as liaison to one or more academic departments within the Atlanta ...
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 284 out of 947 passed the Librarian Licensure Examination given by the Board for Librarians in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Legazpi this November 2009.. The members of the Board for Librarians who gave the licensure examination are Corazon M. Nera, Chairman; Elizabeth R. Peralejo and Elnora L. Conti, Members.. The results were released in two (2) days after the last day of examination.. Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 but not later than December 8, 2009. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 1 piece 1 x 1 picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 2 sets of metered documentary ...
Approximate Date of Posting: Februrary 24, 2017 Position: Diversity Resident Librarian Location: Madison, Wisconsin Company/Organization University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries Schedule/Hours: Full-time Time Frame: 3 years (2017-2020) Compensation $50,000 with an excellent benefits package Source: ACRL-RIG Listserve Description: University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries is now seeking candidates for its Diversity Librarian Residency Program…
Award nominations were judged by a panel of school librarians, journal editors, and industry professionals from Scholastic Publishing, and the International Society for Technology in Education.. Among Hawaiis school librarians, Michelle is widely acknowledged as a tech innovator. She possesses an insatiable and infectious curiosity about how far she can stretch herself and others in using technology to transform learning. Last year, she was one of 50 educators worldwide selected to participate in the Google Teacher Academy held in Sydney, Australia.. Violet Harada, professor emerita, said, Michelle is a visionary leader whose creativity and drive have motivated innovative practices. She embraces a strong commitment to her school community of students, faculty, and parents; and she engages everyone in actualizing a shared dream to prepare digital citizens, who are confident, resourceful, and caring human beings.. ...
Edgardo Civallero. Library services for indigenous societies in Latin America have been timidly explored and implemented since the late 90s of the past century. Theory and methodology from a LIS perspective still need to be built and developed regarding these experiences, and they are yet to be thoroughly examined and divulgated; however, their potential importance in the continents LIS scenario has been already recognized, especially considering the high number of users they may serve in countries like Mexico, Guatemala, Peru or Bolivia.. Although the initial goals of these LIS practices were to provide basic, day-to-day library services to populations suffering a number of scarcities, the early approaches and attempts soon made librarians aware that other objectives were also to be reached, especially after considering the reality of indigenous peoples in Latin America, their many problems, and their complicated life. Librarians realized that library services ―and the information they ...
Connect instantly to receive the resources you need to live and work independently. Click the Live Support icon (or Chat with an Information Specialist for text browsers) on any page to begin a session. This service is available during business hours only. Off-hours you may leave a message and an information specialist will reply within one business day.. Call our toll-free information line at 800/346-2742 to speak with an Information Specialists. Local and international callers may call 301/459-5900. TTY users may call 301/459-5984. Information Specialists are available Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm Eastern time. NARIC is closed during Federal holidays.. Ofrecemos servicios en español. Llame al 800/346-2742 y oprime uno para hablar con un especialísta de información. Chat con una especialista de información.. Use our information request form to send your request directly to an Information Specialist. You may also use this form to order documents in our collection.. You may also send ...
Carolyn Kirio, LIS alumna and Kapolei Middle School librarian was selected by The White House for their Great Educators Award. She was recognized at a White House ceremony honoring the National Teacher of the Year, State Teachers of the Year, and Great Educators from across the United States on May 3, 2016.. Kirio said: It is rare to be invited to a party that celebrates education. It is even more amazing to see school librarianship being honored equally as educators of other core disciplines. I am humbled and grateful to have had this experience to represent all school librarians at this monumental celebration.. Kirio was nominated for the award by the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), a division of the American Library Association. She was previously honored by the AASL with its Technology Pathfinder Award in June 2015 for her innovative work making the school library more accessible to students 24/7 and was the first librarian in Hawaii to receive the national honor. The ...
Last night, the Kansas City Public Library hosted the opening reception for the Second National Joint Conference of Librarians of Color. I was honored to be a part of such a gathering! More than just an opportunity to show off our gorgeous Central Branch, it was a wonderful chance to mix and mingle with librarians…
As expert searchers, librarians play an important role in making sure your searches are comprehensive and reproducible. Standard 3.1.1 of the Institute of Medicines Finding What works in Health Care (2011) recommends working with a librarian trained in performing systematic reviews to plan the search strategy, and Standard 3.1.3 states that an independent librarian should peer review the search strategy. ***It is best to include the librarian from the start of the project. Due to staffing levels, we are limited to working on just a few systematic reviews simultaneously. Developing and processing search strategies may take one month or longer, so please contact us well in advance of any deadlines so we can coordinate the workload.*** Please see Timeline for a Systematic Review.. ...
1. The medical library desk schedule is prepared based upon student worker availability. Student workers are responsible for informing the graduate assistant AND assistant medical librarian about their availability to work. Every effort will be made to prepare the schedule well in advance.. 2. In the event of a serious illness or emergency, the graduate assistant in cooperation with the medical librarian/assistant medical librarian will locate a substitute.. 3. Medical library staff are expected to report promptly for their shifts. They should call or text and give warning if they will be unavoidably late. Excessive tardiness and absences may be cause for dismissal.. a. On weekend mornings, the assigned staff member should contact the security guard if he/she is going to be late. The number for the security desk is 910-893-1804. If you are the afternoon shift on the weekends you should call the medical library or text the person you are relieving and let them know you are going to be ...
Prof Estelle Venter holds the position of Professor of Veterinary Education within the College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences at James Cook University (JCU) on the Townsville campus.
In Did I Mention I Miss You, book 3 in Estelle Maskames phenomenal Did I Mention I Love You? trilogy, can Tyler and Eden finally work things out, against all the odds?
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Some bad news in the aggregate for school librarians, even those who have been bringing new technologies into play! We need to advocate for all of what we offer - including how we can leverage technology beyond Google searches ...
You are an information professional. And you have paid your federal income taxes. Now you are wondering not what you can do for your country, but what your country can do for you. As it happens, Uncle Sam is in the information business just like you and has free resources to share with librarians, web developers, publishers, archivists, and other organizers of knowledge.. For this months column, I scanned the federal web and cherry-picked some sites concerned with information management (defined broadly). The resulting list links to a diverse selection of works - thesauri, reference training scripts, web design guides, and more - available from the U.S. government. Some of the resources are products of deliberate public outreach efforts, while others were developed for in-house use but are of interest to a broader audience. I have grouped the resources into the six categories below: ...
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One of the frustrations of being a librarian -- right up there with irritating patrons and not being allowed to drink coffee at work -- is the occupational stereotyping. Like nuns and teachers, librarians tend to be depicted in books and movies as elderly spinsters, rigid and frigid. More recently, in a predictable attempt to subvert convention, the slutty librarian trope has emerged -- young, hot-blooded, yet not exempt from the cats-eye glasses. As a librarian, its hard to see this as much of an improvement. Everyone has a librarian fantasy, asserts the librarian-narrator of Aimee Benders story Quiet Please, from her collection The Girl in the Flammable Skirt, and then she sets out to prove herself correct, propositioning the patrons at the circulation desk and taking them into the back room. There is, naturally, eyewear to be torn off, long hair to be let down, and an overpowering smell in the mysterious and otherwise off-limits area behind the desk. Nothing so exciting happened to me ...
The digital humanities in academic institutions, and libraries in particular, have exploded in recent years. Librarians are constantly developing their manageme
Librarians conduct research using surveys to determine what factors give recent library & information science graduates a better chance at obtaining an academic position.
IFLA/IPA Joint Press Release. 9 October 2002 An international group of librarians and book and journal publishers re-asserted the importance of freedom of expression for democracy, creativity and prosperity, expressing its willingness to further promote and work towards ensuring respect of this fundamental human right. The joint statement on freedom of expression was agreed by the Joint Steering Group, established by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and the International Publishers Association (IPA). The statement reiterates the need to put into place national legal frameworks in accordance with international instruments guaranteeing the freedom of expression and calls for a full application of the principle in the print and the electronic environments. Both organisations commit themselves to oppose steadfastly any attempts to restrict this fundamental freedom. Alex Byrne, Chair of the IFLA Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression Committee ...
29 August 2018) Over four years, the International Librarians Network (ILN) provided free online peer-mentoring to over 5,500 participants from 130 countries. Participants used the program to explore the international world of librarianship, building global networks and sharing knowledge with colleagues around the world.. In March 2017, the Directors of the ILN announced that they were discontinuing the ILNs peer mentoring program. In announcing the shut-down of the program, the Directors hoped to encourage other members of the library and information community to build on the successes of the ILN to create their own professional development programs. This report was created to document the processes used to run the program and the lessons learned.. Check out the Final Report over on figshare at: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.6180557.v1. The announcement in full is here.. ...
Robert Kieft, Occidental Colleges librarian, has been chosen to receive the Reference and User Services Assn.s 2012 Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award-the highest honor for contributions to the field of reference librarianship.
Sometimes I feel as though I need to know about everything. When I teach an information literacy session, I feel ill-prepared if I dont know about the topic of the class. As a result, I have learned a little bit about a lot of things over the past couple of years: Green fluorescent protein Markovnikov…
On the night of 14 February 1876, as she lay in Pellevoisin dying of pulmonary tuberculosis, Estelle Faguette, a domestic servant, reportedly saw the Virgin Mary. Four days later, during the fifth apparition, Estelle seemed to be healed instantaneously. Subsequently, she had 10 other apparitions until 8 December 1876. She lived another fifty years, dying in 1929. She stated that Mary told her, If you want to serve me, be simple, and let your words and deeds agree; that Mary asked that people should wear a scapular of the Sacred Heart, and that Mary indicated that she was distressed by peoples neglect of her Son in prayer and the Blessed Sacrament.[1]. The archbishops of Bourges have never pronounced on Estelle Faguettes reputed visions, although her cure has been formally recognised as a miracle; the Vatican has also given its approval for use of the Scapular of the Sacred Heart.[2]. The Shrine of Our Lady of Pellevoisin is now entrusted to friars and sisters of the Community of St Jean; an ...
Jessica Green is a book addict and library card holder since the age of 3. Shes a librarian at the Ottawa Public Library and currently the Apartment613 Librarian-in-Residence, sharing a compendium of literary thoughts and tips.. In North America, were very lucky that in many communities, we live close to a branch of the local public library. According to Pew Research, most Americans live 5 miles or less to their local library. But most doesnt mean all, and how do you reach people who cant access a local branch easily?. At the CLA conference, we heard from many communities across the country which had some interesting ways of reaching their citizens. One of the more classic ways to provide library service is through the use of a bookmobile. Bookmobiles can be either a larger bus, or a medium sized Sprinter van which are souped up with a small but mighty collection of all youd expect from a bricks and mortar library branch. Since they are on wheels, these bookmobiles can go to where the ...
Pop culture isnt always kind to librarians. So, in honor of National Library Week, we thought wed pick half a dozen of our favorite library workers -- good and evil and in between -- and give them some fictional performance evaluations, complete with numerical rankings.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 02, 2015 -- e-Libro, a central solution for essential Spanish Language ebooks, today announced it will offer free information literacy
Librarians at the Rutgers University Libraries contribute a wide range of expertise to the university in pursuit of its mission. Their expertise spans many subjects, skillsets, and areas of professional responsibility. All specialists provide services that are pivotal to the operation of the libraries and continued access to its resources, such as collection development, data
Ask a librarian: An online reference service from the Library of Congress that allows researchers to submit reference questions to Library of Congress reading rooms and receive expert research assistance (within 5 business days.)
The University of Miami Libraries seeks applications for an innovative and collaborative professional for the position of Cataloging & Metadata Librarian (Spanish Language Specialist). This position will support the discovery of and access to the Libraries physical and digital content through resource description activities. Under the direction of the Head of Metadata & Discovery Services, […]
Beguiled by Bananas: A retrospective study of the usage & breadth of patron vs. librarian acquired ebook collections Jason Price, Head of Collections & Acquisitions John McDonald, Director, Information & Bibliographic Management and Faculty Relations Claremont Colleges Library, Claremont University Consortium Charleston Conference 2009 Abstract Library acquisitions lore contains a cautionary tale of a patron in a demand--‐ driven environment who spent a huge chunk of the library budget on ebooks about bananas. This story and others like it have been used to perpetuate the argument that demand--‐ driven acquisition will result in collections that dont appeal to a broad audience or are otherwise unbalanced. We apply post--‐ acquisition usage data from multiple libraries to test the hypothesis that patron--‐ acquired versus librarian--‐ acquired collections have different usage profiles. In addition, we analyze their subject profiles to evaluate collection breadth and balance. Our ...
I think most parents have a reasonable expectation that if their child goes to the library, they won\t be able to pull up pornography,\ said House Speaker Brent Siegrist, a Council Bluffs Republican.. Siegrist said the issue ties in with Gov. Tom Vilsack\s initiative to designate money for schools to use Internet filters.. \I think without a doubt that the vast majority of Iowans don\t have a problem with Internet filters at the library,\ he said.. One librarian says the idea sets \a really dangerous precedent.\. ...
Kirklees Libraries continues its award-winning streak with yet another nomination for one of its staff.. Whos been shortlisted?. Librarian Jude Lynn has been shortlisted for the Youth Libraries Group award. Jude was nominated for her work on multiple projects including developing and delivering Library Adventures Live! - a virtual programme of school and family events aimed at encouraging more children to read for pleasure and therefore helping to improve their long-term literacy skills.. Launched last July, the programme enabled Jude to embrace opportunities to host sessions with many authors and illustrators whilst engaging young audiences as they learned from home during the pandemic lockdown. Jude has also worked on a partnership initiative with the University of Edinburgh about black abolitionists and their 19th-century presence in what we now call Kirklees. Her contribution to this project was instrumental in bringing history to life for future generations in the borough.. Councillor ...
What do you do?. Im the librarian for Gender and Sexuality Studies and Student Engagement. As for the Gender and Sexuality Studies part, I work with the program in Gender and Sexuality Studies. I do want to underscore, I work with students, researchers, faculty, and visiting scholars from all disciplines doing research in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Even if youre not doing the certificate, you can reach out to me! Ive had a student tell me, I know Im not doing the certificate, but…, and thats perfectly fine! That is not a pre-qualification to meet with me in the slightest. As for the Student Engagement piece, I work with students, centers, and different programs across campus - including SIFP students, the PACE center, the LGBT Center, the Womens Center. I emphasize getting out of the library and meeting with students on campus.. How did you involve yourself with the Scholars Institute Fellows Program (SIFP)?. Besides being in the academic world in a long time, I was also in the ...
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