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Monthly Archives: June 2015
CUA LIS Practicum Diaries are bi-weekly blogposts showcasing current student experiences at their practicum site. In the fourth installment of CUA LIS Practicum Diaries, Nadew Negussie recaps his experience working in the Department of Justice main library:
This position provides leadership management and supervision of the Systems Development Department with a staff of four (4). It is responsible for developing, implementing, supporting, and managing information systems for the University Libraries. This includes the 24/5 operations of the … Continue reading
Librarian III Support Services Manager Equal Opportunity Employer Join our forward-looking team and lead our efforts to grow our library with creative and efficient technological solutions, a dynamic and responsive collection, and innovative tools that allow the Suffolk community to … Continue reading
Johns Hopkins University Data Management Services (JHUDMS) is seeking a highly motivated, customer oriented, data management professional to join our team. The JHUDMS is a unit within the Sheridan Libraries dedicated to providing research data management services in support of … Continue reading
The University of Baltimore’s Langsdale Library is seeking a Senior Integrated Digital Services Librarian to lead the library’s technology planning, including the implementation of the next-generation ILS (a University System of Maryland consortial system). He/she will oversee the support of … Continue reading
The Harrison Medical Library at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has an opening for a paid library intern to assist with a National Library of Medicine-funded patient education project. Under the supervision of the library director, the intern will provide … Continue reading
Duties: Support a downtown Washington DC Federal government agency’s records management program by organizing, planning, directing, and/or performing information management initiatives. Projects may include conducting surveys, inventories or focus groups; creating, updating, revising, and maintaining the disposition schedules; refining, maintaining, … Continue reading
Many of our student leaders can’t make it to Boston for the Annual Conference, so we’re experimenting with our first summer program series! We’re screening webinars from SLA’s 2014 Virtual Conference at Smith Public Trust, just a short walk from … Continue reading
Stop by the ALISE Library and Information Studies Cooperative Alumni Reunion and catch up with fellow CUA LIS Alumni and current students over light refreshments!
CUA LIS Practicum Diaries are bi-weekly blogposts showcasing current student experiences at their practicum site. In the third installment of CUA LIS Practicum Diaries, Charles Perkins recaps his experience working in George Mason’s Law Library: