Please join us for a virtual discussion for mid-level managers in academic libraries.Date: Thursday June 15th at 10amPST/1pmESTLocation: https://uci.zoom.us/j/2459694242 In this conversation, participants will have the opportunity to share ideas and hear from their peers on a variety of topics related to management in academic libraries. Registration is not required and...
Library Instruction Together: Building a Community of Practice on a Shoestring Budget (Video Replay)
This is a recording of the April 26, 2023 presentation, Library Instruction Together: Building a Community of Practice on a Shoestring Budget.
This is a recording of the May 3, 2023 presentation, A Day in the Life of a Digital Scholarship Intern.
This is a recording of the March 29, 2023 presentation, Model Reference Behavior.
This is a recording of the March 10, 2023 presentation: Beyond Universal Design for Learning.
Flexible Programs for Inflexible People: Yoga and Accessibility at Academic Libraries (Video Replay)
FREE Online PresentationWednesday, June 14th at 1pm CTSponsored by the ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee Due to the changing nature of academic library student spaces and interest in mindfulness practices and contemplative pedagogy, yoga programs in these spaces are on the rise. Librarians have been conducting yoga outreach sessions for...
Over the past year, the Roux Library Technical Services Department at Florida Southern College has partnered with San José State University’s (SJSU) iSchool to provide a virtual Digital Scholarship Internship to students enrolled in the Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) graduate program. Under the supervision of the Metadata Librarian, the Digital Scholarship interns gained experience in the skills of digital scholarship, specifically as it relates to supporting faculty and students in using digital tools to organize, share, and publish their research.
As an academic librarian, do you feel a lack of opportunities to network, share best practices, and find support locally? In 2017, a group of instruction librarians from across Tennessee gathered online to discuss creating something beyond the state-wide offerings, which were limited and not always representative of their voices and interests.
In this talk Dr. Theresa Jean Tanenbaum reflects on her experiences advocating for trans-inclusive name change policies in academic publishing over the past three years.
This is a recording of the March 8, 2023 presentation: Creating, Promoting, and Assessing Workshops for Research Data Services, a Tech Forum sponsored by the Technology in University Libraries Committee.