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[27 Apr 2015 | One Comment | 199 views]
ACRL 2015: Reflections from a Former Resident

This guest blog post was written by Kate Hill, a former fellow at North Carolina State University (NCSU), in which she reflects on her experiences presenting at ACRL for the first time. When I found out that the ACRL Conference was going to be in Portland in 2015, I added a goal to my online […]

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[19 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 309 views]
Towson University Resident Sarah Espinosa Named ALA 2015 Mover & Shaker

Congratulations to Towson University Resident Sarah Espinosa for being named a 2015 ALA Mover & Shaker! Sarah is the 2013–15 Residency Librarian for Diversity and Innovation at Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library and was identified as a Mover & Shaker in the category “Digital Developers” for her work during her three rotations in technical services, research and instruction, […]

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[12 Dec 2014 | One Comment | 743 views]
Library Residency Programs 101

At the annual conference of the California Library Association (CLA) in November 2014, two ACRL-RIG members, Mary Abler and Cynthia Mari Orozco, and Cindy Mediavilla, presented “Library Residencies 101” as part of UCLA’s Career Forum Series, aimed at library students and new professionals. The short panel presentation was a wonderful introduction to library residency programs, […]

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[12 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 742 views]
Two Resident Librarian Appointments at the University of Delaware

George Apodaca Appointed to University of Delaware Pauline A. Young Residency The University of Delaware Library is pleased to announce the appointment of George Apodaca as Affiliate Assistant Librarian and Pauline A. Young Resident. Mr. Apodaca started his appointment on September 1, 2014. He is one of two Pauline A. Young Residents appointed by the […]

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[24 Sep 2014 | No Comment | 1,727 views]
Residency Diaries: Residents at the Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians 2014

Compiled by Tarida Anantachai, Learning Commons Librarian and former Resident Librarian, Syracuse University Held biennially, the Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians is a unique professional development opportunity intended for librarians from traditionally underrepresented groups in the first three years of their professional careers. Over the course of a week, participants engage in intensive workshops […]