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Monthly Archives: November 2014
AGLISS in cooperation with the LIS Alumni Association will be hosting a Mentoring and Resume Review Night for all current students and recent alums! The event will take place in Pryzbyla 327 on November 13, 2014 from 5-7:30.
Anne Guha, a CUA Library and Information Science graduate student, is now working in the Law Library’s Public Services Division at the Library of Congress. On Halloween she had a guest post in the Law Library’s blog: “Does the Haitian Criminal … Continue reading
Join our team at Towson! The Albert S. Cook Library seeks a highly skilled and innovative Web Application Developer to participate in all stages of the application development lifecycle.
The Library Programming Coordinator develops and manages event programming for the Library and the University Librarian’s office, including selecting and developing library programming as a whole, event and conference planning, contract and vendor negotiations, site selections, marketing, budgeting, and logistics. … Continue reading
The Instructional Designer will assist faculty in all academic divisions in designing and developing courses and programs for hybrid delivery by providing expertise in the design/development of, and ongoing support to faculty through education, consultation, and assistance with online learning … Continue reading
Gallaudet University invites applications for the position of Instruction and Reference Librarian. This entry-level position requires sign language skills at the time of hire. Application review will begin November 7.