Catch RIG Twice at ALA 2012 in Anaheim

The ACRL Residency Interest Group (RIG) will host   Saturday RIG Panel at 10:30 am   Winning on Two Fronts How Library Residencies are Placing Libraries at the Leading Edge of Innovation and Diversity Initiatives   Date and Time: Saturday, June 23, 10:30 am — Noon Location:  HIL — California D Panelists Page   We’re Read More

20% Discount on “The New Graduate Experience: Post-MLS Residencies and Early Career Librarianship”

I’d like to share with you some good news about the book, “The New Graduate Experience: Post-MLS Residency Programs and Early Career Librarianship.” The title is a paperback, but one of the most expensive titles in the Libraries Unlimited collection. Since the largest market segment for this book is LIS students who have limited resources, Read More

Pauline A. Young Residency now accepting apps

The Pauline A. Young Residency at the University of Delaware is now accepting applications.  This is a two-year appointment and will feature work in the Student Multimedia Design Center, a state-of-the-art multimedia facility.   The resident will assist with teaching multimedia/GIS workshops, staff training, and development of multimedia products such as training videos and tutorials.  Other Read More

National Library of Medicine Seeks Recent Grads for Sep 2010

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is accepting applications for its Associate Fellowship program, a one-year training program for recent MLS graduates and librarians early in their career. Program Details: In the first half of the year, a formal curriculum offers exposure to library operations, research and development, intramural and extramural research, development and lifecycle Read More

ACRL Approves Petition to Create Residency Interest Group

There is going to be an official press release from ACRL next Tuesday, but I thought I would go ahead and share some good news here. Last Sunday, I received a memo from Mary Ellen Davis, ACRL’s Executive Director, regarding a petition to create an Interest Group within ACRL.  Here’s an excerpt from the memo: Read More