Resident of the Month: Magee Lawhorn

Magee Lawhorn was the Project Archivist, (ACRL Resident and Administrative Fellowship Program Fellow) while at the Houghton Library at Harvard University from September 2017- May 2019. She is currently the Head of Archives & Special Collections at the Class of 1945 Library, Phillips Exeter Academy (PEA), located in Exeter, New Hampshire. Tell me a little Read More

Resident of the Month: Urooj Nizami

Urooj Nizami was the Resident Librarian at the Temple University Libraries from August 2017 – August 2020. She is currently the Open Education Strategist at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Tell me a little bit about your background. Where did you attend college? What degrees do you have? What programs (undergraduate or graduate) prepared you for your Read More

Instructional Design Resident – Kansas State University Libraries

Kansas State University Libraries in Manhattan, KS, announces our 2012 two-year residency.  This isn’t your typical residency. We are looking for someone with a high level of comfort in the online environment (whether it be programming, web design, social networks, social tools, course management systems, content management systems, or other web-related skills) and a strong interest Read More

The Residency Diaries: Sara Arnold-Garza’s Reflection on Technical Services

As the 2011-2013 Residency Librarian at Towson University’s Cook Library, I get the privilege of rotating through the library’s three main departments during my first year: Technical Services, Research & Instruction, and Special Collections and Archives. This post will provide a glimpse into my experience while working in Technical Services. I’ll post updates about my Read More

Wikipedian in Residence – Paid Internship at OCLC

Research Assistant, Wikipedian in Residence Overview OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. is a nonprofit, membership, computer library service and research organization dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world’s information and reducing information costs.  Tens of thousands of libraries around the world use OCLC services to locate, acquire, catalog, lend and Read More