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Residency Diaries: Attending & Presenting at LOEX 2016

This guest blog post was co-written by Anastasia Chiu and Fobazi Ettarh, Resident Librarians at Temple University.

Last month, we had the opportunity to attend LOEX 2016. LOEX (Library Orientation Exchange) is a “non-profit educational clearinghouse for library instruction and information literacy information” that hosts an annual conference on instruction and information literacy; this year, the conference was May 5-7 in Pittsburgh, PA. We presented a poster together on pedagogy training for academic and school librarians and incorporating K-12 teaching practices into academic library instruction. Here follow our individual reflections on …

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Position Opening:  Librarian Residency for Diversity and Innovation at Towson University

The Albert S. Cook Library at Towson University is hiring a Librarian Resident for Diversity and Innovation. Find more information below or view the complete position description here.

Position: The Albert S. Cook Library invites applications for a two year residency program beginning Fall 2016. The Towson University Library Residency for Diversity and Innovation program is designed to provide a broad range of experiences in academic librarianship, a supportive environment for professional exploration, and an opportunity for concentrated experience in an area of specialization. The purpose of the program is to …

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Academic Resident Librarian: Miami University (Oxford, OH)

The Miami University Libraries seeks a proactive, collaborative, energetic, and service-minded recent MLIS graduate to serve in a one-year postgraduate appointment with a possibility of renewal for a second year. Residents will contribute to Reference and Instruction services at Miami University Libraries. The Reference and Instruction Resident Librarian will work with faculty, librarians, staff, and students to create and implement initiatives to promote effective learning and information discovery both in-person and online.
Resident librarians will serve primarily in the Information Services unit of the main library (King Library), but will have …

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Library Fellows 
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is seeking applicants for two Library Fellows (Visiting Library Faculty, 2-year limited term position) in its University Libraries. UNLV encourages individuals from historically under-represented populations to apply (16381).
PROFILE of the UNIVERSITY
UNLV is a doctoral-degree-granting institution of approximately 29,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and staff that is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a research university with high research activity. UNLV offers a broad range of respected academic programs and is on a path to join the …

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Job Posting: National Digital Stewardship Residency Program

ARL to Host National Digital Stewardship Resident: Apply by July 20
Would you like to develop, apply, and advance your digital stewardship knowledge and skills in a real-world setting? Did you earn a master’s or doctoral degree in a field engaged in the stewardship of digital materials within the past two years?
Apply to participate in the 2016–2017 National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program, developed by the Library of Congress and the Institute of Museum and Library Services to build a dedicated community of professionals who will advance the nation’s capabilities in …

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[15 Jun 2016 | No Comment | 3,244 views]
Residency Diaries: Attending & Presenting at LOEX 2016

This guest blog post was co-written by Anastasia Chiu and Fobazi Ettarh, Resident Librarians at Temple University.

Last month, we had the opportunity to attend LOEX 2016. LOEX (Library Orientation Exchange) is a “non-profit educational clearinghouse for library instruction and information literacy information” that hosts an annual conference on instruction and information literacy; this year, the conference was May 5-7 in Pittsburgh, PA. We presented a poster together on pedagogy training for academic and school librarians and incorporating K-12 teaching practices into academic library instruction. Here follow our individual reflections on …