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 of a career path
- Strategies for succeeding with tenure: partnerships, supports, and planning ahead
- Alternatives to tenure-track positions: researching off the tenure track
- Tenure myths, phobias, and truths: what new and potential tenure-track librarians like to ask us
The presentation will take place on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 1pm CST via Zoom. Register here: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lijTK7E1SjONZjXWptb8vQ
Presenters for this program are:
Karen Sobel, Associate Professor/Teaching and Learning Librarian (Fine Arts and Architecture) at the University of Colorado Denver, works as a tenured librarian, and performs extensive mentoring of tenure-track faculty and training of new mentors for faculty across her university.
Gene Springs, Assistant Professor/Collections Strategist at The Ohio State University’s libraries, has held several tenure-track positions at universities around the United States, and currently holds a tenure-track leadership position.
Dr. Barbara B. Moran, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science, brings over thirty years’ experience as an advisor and mentor to MLS candidates seeking their first jobs, and as a professor of library and information science.
This event will be moderated by Laura Gariepy, Chair of the ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee and is sponsored by the ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee.
Subject: Tenure-Track Positions: Could I Survive? Could I Thrive?
Hello, Unfortunately, I missed this online presentation. Will it be archived on the web somewhere? If so, could you send me a link?
– Adrian Morales
Librarian, Assistant Professor
EPCC Valle Verde Campus Library
Hi Adrian, the committee usually post the recording to the ULS-L listserv and we post it here as well as advertise it on the ULS Facebook and Twitter accounts. Definitely keep a look out in one of these places for the link to the recording.
ULS Blog Team