Monthly Archive: December 2009

Dec 08

Position open at Georgia State University

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Georgia State University Library seeks a creative and innovative individual to provide leadership as the Web Services Librarian.  This position works both independently and collaboratively to provide expertise in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of current and future web interfaces and technologies that provide user access to the Library’s resources and services.  The incumbent …

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Dec 08

Call for Papers: Connections 2010

Connections 2010 (May 15-16, 2010) is a conference for Library and Information Science doctoral students and candidates. It is one of the best venues for attendees to meet and discuss with their colleagues from not only the Great Lakes region but from across Canada and the United States. Furthermore, because the conference is run and …

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Dec 08

Position open at University of Texas at San Antonio

Head, First-Year Services The University of Texas at San Antonio Library is seeking an innovative, collaborative, user-oriented librarian to provide leadership and direction as Head of the First-Year Services Department.  Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Public Services, this position will establish a department of 11 direct reports (2 librarians, 1 instructional designer, and 8 …

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Dec 08

Don’t miss the ULS social in Boston

Greetings ULS, I think it’s time we got a little animated, inspired — rowdy, even! That being the case, I’d like to invite you all to join me, fellow ULS members, and friends of ULS for an informal social in Boston. Let’s prove that university librarians can have fun, too! We’ll be at Cheers Boston, …

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Dec 07

Position Open at USC Libraries

Head, Gerontology Library (#247C) University of Southern California The University of Southern California (USC) Libraries seek an innovative, service oriented informational professional to head the Gerontology Library, and participate in the teaching and research programs of the Davis School of Gerontology.  The successful candidate will provide leadership for the Gerontology Library’s resources, services, and staffing, …

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