Monthly Archive: April 2009

Apr 21

Congratulations C. Derrik Hiatt!

C. Derrik Hiatt is the new Electronic Resources Librarian for the Z. Smith Reynolds Library of Wake Forest University. He will assist in managing the Library’s subscription based electronic resources. He comes to this position after having served for 6 years as the Assistant Serials Librarian at the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young …

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Apr 21

Congratulations Judy Jeng!

Judy Jeng, Head of Collection Services at the Congressman Frank J. Guarini Library of New Jersey City University, has been appointed to serve on the IFLA Standing Committee for Acquisition and Collection Development, 2009-2013. The 2009 IFLA conference will be held in Milan, Italy. Judy also recently published a chapter on usability evaluation in Handbook …

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Apr 21

New ACRL Website Launched!

April 2009 marks the launch of an updated, user-centered design of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Web site. The update is the result of an extensive planning and redesign process in order to better serve the information seeking needs of the ACRL membership and general public. The results of an ACRL membership …

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Apr 15

Lessons Learned at the E-Learning Guild Annual Gathering

In March I was fortunate enough to attend the E-Learning Guild Annual Gathering in Orlando, FL, with a couple of colleagues. As our library is moving away from one-shot face-to-face sessions and more towards scalable online instruction, this seemed relevant. We were the three lone librarians in a conference filled with hundreds of instructional designers …

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Apr 08

Opening at USC Libraries: Education and Social Work librarian

The University of Southern California (USC) Libraries seek an innovative, service oriented librarian to lead the library services and information support requirements for the Rossier School of Education and the School of Social Work. Reporting to the Director, Public Services Division III, the librarian will participate in a full range of library services, including reference, …

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Apr 08

Library Worklife is looking for aspiring and experienced writers

Do you have a story to tell? Come and share it at Library Worklife! Library Worklife is looking for aspiring and experienced writers – library employees and graduate students who have stories to tell about their careers, jobs, research, and pathways to success.  Stories can be about: You or a great project that you want …

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