Tagged: Professional Development Committee

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“I didn’t mean anything by it”: How racial microaggressions are perceived

In this free online presentation, presenter Audrey Robinson-Nkongola will define microaggressions and what librarians of color and the dominant culture should know about them.

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Beyond Citation Counting: Metrics and Altmetrics for Demonstrating Scholarly Impact

March 19, 2019 1:00 PM (Central) Presented online via Zoom Registration Link As librarians, we understand how a citation shows the influence of one scholarly work on another. But citations are only one way to gauge the impact that scholarship has in its field and in the wider world. Starting...

Establishing a Scholarly Communication Baseline: Using Liaison Competencies to Design Scholarly Communication Boot Camp Training Sessions [video replay]

This video discusses the evolution of liaison competencies at ECU and how they are incorporated into library trainings and every day liaison work. At East Carolina University (ECU), the Scholarly Communication Librarian and the Head of Collection Development have been conducting Scholarly Communication Boot Camps for liaison librarians since 2015....

Establishing a Scholarly Communication Baseline: Using Liaison Competencies to Design Scholarly Communication Boot Camp Training Sessions

Join the ACRL University Libraries Section Professional Development Committee on Jan.30 at 1 pm CST on Zoom for a webinar titled Establishing a Scholarly Communication Baseline: Using Liaison Competencies to Design Scholarly Communication Boot Camp Training Sessions. At East Carolina University (ECU), the Scholarly Communication Librarian and the Head of...

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A Culture of Accessibility Through Policy and Communications for an Accessible Library [video replay]

Panelist, Angie Brunk, discusses the social justice model of disability and its practical application for policy makers and those charged with public facing communication.

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Tenure-Track Positions: Could I Survive? Could I Thrive? [video replay]

Panelists, Karen Sobel, Gene Springs, and Dr. Barbara B. Moran, discuss the various aspects related to tenure-track positions they frequently discuss with MLS candidates and early-career librarians.

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A Culture of Accessibility Through Policy and Communications for an Accessible Library

You want your library to be a welcoming place for all students, including students with disabilities. What are you doing on the administrative end to ensure your policies and public communication, such as information on your website, work in harmony with your good intentions? This workshop will be the delivered...

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Tenure-Track Positions: Could I Survive? Could I Thrive? (Online Presentation)

This online presentation will be comprised of several sections, based on major categories of questions that the three presenters frequently discuss with MLS candidates and early-career librarians through their work. Sections include: General requirements of tenure-track positions Life on the tenure track: at work and at home Tenure as part...

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Accepting Proposals for Professional Development Online Programs

The ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee invites proposals for online programs that may further ACRL members’ professional development, knowledge, and practice. Programs usually run one hour, including time for questions, and are offered via Zoom. The committee hosts several online programs throughout the year (prior programs here). In 2018-2019, though we will consider all...

Librarian Toolkit for Working with Online Instructors and Students [video replay]

 Description Online programs and departments are increasing at many universities and colleges, and online and distance instructors and students usually feel isolated from campus programs and services. In this changing, academic environment, librarians have to shift their services to be more focused on reaching out to online programs. In...