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Monthly Archives: March 2015
“How Library Leaders Think” Mentoring Event Hosted by CUA LIS Alumni Association – Pictures and Video
David Mao, Deputy Librarian of Congress (MSLS 1998) was one of several speakers at “What Goes on Upstairs: How Library Leaders Think,” a program hosted by the LIS Alumni Association on the CUA campus on February 10th. The other speakers … Continue reading
Angela Aranas Kent (MSLIS 2013) attended the ALA Midwinter Conference in Chicago during February as an ALA Emerging Leader, and shared her experience in this post: http://cuaslis.org/wp/angela-kent-cua-lis-alumna-emerging-leader-shares-ala-midwinter-2015-experience/ Barbara (Bobbie) Dougherty (MSLIS 2012), Adult and Teen Services Librarian at the DC … Continue reading
Professor Dave Shumaker to speak at 75th Jubilee Event for the DC Chapter of Special Libraries Association (DC/SLA) on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. The program title – “Skills Gaps – What’s an Info Pro to Do?” describes a problem of … Continue reading
To be a Reference Librarian at Howard University School of Law is to play an active part in a great institution dedicated to the cause of human rights and social justice. You’ll help educate future lawyers as a classroom instructor … Continue reading
EEI has a part-time internship opportunity available,in our Information Resources Center (IRC). The intern will assist with transitioning a print library collection to a more virtual knowledge service, including: weeding, deaccessioning and preparing historical print materials for storage or donation, … Continue reading
Department: Earl S. Richardson Library Duties: Manages the day-to-day activities of the University Archives, including supervision of staff and student assistants; builds and manages university archive record groups and unit related digital collections, historical manuscript collections, as well as non-literary … Continue reading
The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice has an opening for a GS-9 Library Support Specialist to join our dedicated team and gain invaluable experience working in the public interest to protect the competitive process. The Division’s work ranges … Continue reading
UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST: Reporting to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives, the University Archivist is responsible for administering activities related to Old Dominion University’s historical records and documents. The University Archivist fosters relationships with units and individuals across the … Continue reading
Position Summary : Provides leadership, expertise and management for all aspects of the acquisition and receipt of print and electronic library resources. Essential Responsibilities Include: Manage the work of the acquisitions staff developing and implementing procedures and workflows as needed. … Continue reading
Are you looking for a great place to complete a graduate field study or internship? Consider the National Geographic Society Library, where you can gain valuable work experience, see how a small, non-profit special library operates, and get a look … Continue reading