Monthly Archives: September 2015

Proposal deadline extended to Sept. 20 — 8th Annual CUA LIS “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium

Act now to share your successful library initiatives and research results at the 8th Annual “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium! The proposal deadline is less than two weeks away for this premier DC-MD-VA event that brings together librarians and information professionals … Continue reading

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Coordinator, Children and Teen Services – Harford County Public Library – Belcamp, MD

If you enjoy working w/children (birth-age 18) thru traditional, virtual & cutting edge programs, resources and services, take a look at Harford County Public Library. The Coordinator for Children and Teen Services is charged to develop, oversee, plan and implement … Continue reading

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August Alumni News

Marcus Ladd (MSLIS 2013) has been working at the Special Collections, Miami University Library in Ohio.  He recently authored: “Access and Use in the Digital Age: A Case Study of a Digital Postcard Collection,” New Review of Academic Librarianship, 21(2), … Continue reading

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LIS Fall 2015 Town Hall Meeting, September 15 @ 7PM

Dear Students, Alumni, Advisory Board, Adjunct Faculty, Faculty, Staff, and Friends, You are cordially invited to attend a Town Hall Meeting on September 15, 2015, in Room 204, Columbus School of Law Building, The Catholic University of America. From 7 … Continue reading

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Proposal deadline approaching — 8th Annual CUA LIS “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium

Act now to share your successful library initiatives and research results at the 8th Annual “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium! The proposal deadline is less than two weeks away for this premier DC-MD-VA event that brings together librarians and information professionals … Continue reading

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CUA Student and Alumna Will Present OCLC Webinar – Oct. 21

Due to their well-received presentation at the ALA Annual 2015 in June, CUA LIS Alumna Christian Minter, and CUA LIS Student Anita Kinney were invited by the OCLC to reprise their work on “Public Health and Public Libraries: Librarians as Health … Continue reading

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Curator – Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington – Washington, DC

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington Lillian & Albert Small Jewish Museum JOB ANNOUNCEMENT – September 2015 Title: Curator Type of Position: Fulltime, Exempt Education & Experience: M.A. in museum studies, modern Jewish history, or American history. Minimum 5 years … Continue reading

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Colloquium – “The Vatican Library: the Making and Unmaking of its Collections”

The fall 2015 colloquium series opens October 21, 2015, with Dr. Massimo Ceresa, and “The Vatican Library: the Making and Unmaking of its Collections.” Abstract: Since the fifteenth century, the Vatican Library has enriched its collections through acquisitions, gifts, or … Continue reading

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Current Student, Mase Woodland, Provides 2nd Account of CUA LIS’ Tenth Annual Art and Museum Libraries Institute

Still wondering what a summer course at CUA feels like? Current student, Mase Woodland, provides a second personal account of the Tenth Annual Art and Museum Libraries Institute. You can view the first account here. Instructed by CUA LIS Adjunct Faculty member, Sally … Continue reading

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CUA LIS Practicum Diaries: Sarah-Jane Ziaya, Fairfax County Library

In this CUA LIS Practicum Diaries post,  current student Sarah-Jane Ziaya examines “The Role of Outreach in Sustaining Public Libraries” while working in the Fairfax County Library system.

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