I am pleased to provide you with a variety of upcoming opportunities to reach young adult librarians with the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).
Library and Information Science
We are now accepting resumes for Graduate Teaching Assistantships for ISLT 1111. Two teaching assistants will be hired for the 2014/2015 academic year.
Library & Information Science Student, Jeff Corrigan, receives NCPH Graduate Student Award
UT’s Dr. Wade Bishop presents, “Geographic information systems (GIS) research and teaching agenda in the SEC iSchools”
Have you registered to attend the 2014 LISGSA Conference yet? Get to it, you don’t want to miss out on LISGSA’s amazing event!
I am happy to send to you an internship posting for summer 2014 at the United Nations Archives and Records Management Section in New York. We encourage any student involved in graduate work on the topics of archives, records management, information technology or a related subject to apply. We have several exciting projects this summer so will be selecting multiple interns, and would appreciate if you would pass this along to any interested students.
Wade Bishop, PhD, from the University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences, will present “Geographic information systems (GIS) research and teaching agenda in the SEC iSchools”.
“Project Management for Student Leadership” will be presented by Tonyehn Verkitus, Executive Director of Community Citizenship at GiveGab. Within community and campus driven projects planning, implementation and monitoring is crucial in ensuring that projects achieve their outputs, objectives and desired impacts. Student engagement through the use of communication tools, empowerment, reflection and rewards promotes a participatory environment in which success is shared amongst all.
St. Louis SLA invites you to join them — SLA is touring the library and herbarium of the Missouri Botanical Garden on Saturday, March 29th. Don’t miss out on a wonderful time!
For the seventh consecutive year, the American Library Association is pleased to participate in the Google Policy Fellows program for 2014. For the summer of 2014, the selected fellow will spend 10 weeks in residence at the ALA Washington Office to learn about national policy and complete a major project.