Making Connections: In consideration of career ladders in undergraduate LIS education

Facilitated by the Committee on Library Staff Education, this discussion will look at how certificate programs for library support staff can articulate to undergrad programs in library science framed by the current relationship between White Mountain Community College and the University of Maine Augusta.  This discussion would be of interest to coordinators and instructors of […]

Community College Research: Networking & Brainstorming Session

Are you a community college librarian with ideas for research looking for support and conversation to help you explore and refine those ideas? The upcoming webinar, "Community College Research: Networking & Brainstorming," organized by the CJCLS Scholarly Research Committee, is for you! Join with others on Wednesday, June 15, 2-3pm EST for a small group […]

CJCLS Virtual Social

 Please mark your calendars and plan to join your CJCLS colleagues for a virtual social gathering on July 20, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern/11:00 a.m. Pacific.  Thank you to Robin Brown and CUNY for providing Zoom access to this event. ALL library employees are welcome to attend. We'll have respectful, thoughtful, and engaging conversations about the following at this […]

Successfully Navigating IRB Processes as a Community College Librarian

Successfully Navigating IRB Processes as a Community College Librarian, Wednesday, December 7, 2022, 2:00pm (Eastern time). Zoom webinar. Please register here. There are no ACRL or CJCLS membership requirements. Stephanie D. DavisCJCLS Scholarly Research Committee, Co-Chair daviss@mcls.org Read a Summary of the Webinar

CJCLS Committee Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering for a Community and Junior College Library Section (CJCLS) committee, but want to learn more before you commit? Join us for one of our Volunteering Info Sessions! You walk away with a good sense of the benefits of volunteering from those who have served on specific committees, the nature of the volunteer […]

CJCLS Committee Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering for a Community and Junior College Library Section (CJCLS) committee, but want to learn more before you commit? Join us for one of our Volunteering Info Sessions! You walk away with a good sense of the benefits of volunteering from those who have served on specific committees, the nature of the volunteer […]

CJCLS Webinar: How to Create an Effective Survey

Interested in using a survey to conduct research, but unsure of the design process? Learn the basics of creating effective research surveys at the Monday, April 24, 2023, 3-4pm EST, ACRL Community & Junior Colleges Library Services (CJCLS) webinar, “How to Create an Effective Survey.” During this online panel presentation, two seasoned researchers will discuss […]

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ACRL/CJCLS Information Meeting

Location: Palmer House, Salon 04-06

This meeting will offer the opportunity for Community and Junior College librarians to learn about the Community and Junior College Libraries Section of ACRL. It will be an opportunity for the section's committees to give an overview of their charge and for attendees to ask questions, voice concerns, and share priorities. Location: Palmer House, Salon […]

What You Need to Know: Course Marking

This is one of a series of mini-workshops that highlight important open educational resources (OER) topics. All community college librarians are encouraged to register for a session(s) that interest you. Slides and recordings of each session will be shared to registered participants.

Free

What You Need to Know: OER Incentives and Funding

This is one of a series of mini-workshops that highlight important open educational resources (OER) topics. All community college librarians are encouraged to register for a session(s) that interest you. Slides and recordings of each session will be shared to registered participants.

Free

What You Need to Know: Inclusive Access

This is one of a series of mini-workshops that highlight important open educational resources (OER) topics. All community college librarians are encouraged to register for a session(s) that interest you. Slides and recordings of each session will be shared to registered participants.

Free

What You Need to Know: Creating OER at Community College Level

This is one of a series of mini-workshops that highlight important open educational resources (OER) topics. All community college librarians are encouraged to register for a session(s) that interest you. Slides and recordings of each session will be shared to registered participants.

Free