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Friday, April 29, 2016

[LIBJOBS] USA-University of Arkansas - Associate Dean of Libraries (Director for Resource Management Services)

Please excuse any cross-postings of this ad for the position soon to be available in the University of Arkansas Libraries.

 

 

Associate Dean of Libraries

(Director for Resource Management Services)

 

 

The University of Arkansas Libraries are seeking a highly experienced and nationally engaged individual to serve as Associate Dean and Director for Resource Management Services (RMS) and lead, shape, and oversee the work of staff engaged in acquiring and making accessible research resources in all formats of the University of Arkansas Libraries.  Reporting to the Dean of Libraries, the Associate Dean is a member of the Libraries’ senior management team, which shares responsibility for planning, budget allocation, and the development and leadership of major strategic initiatives.  In collaboration with senior management colleagues, the Associate Dean has primary leadership responsibility for intellectual access to materials in a changing mix of user-oriented online environments. Responsibilities include overall management of the materials budget, collection development strategies including storage and access, preservation of library materials, web services, library information technology, and library technical services.  The Associate Dean also negotiates contracts and agreements for electronic information resources and other relevant initiatives and acts in the absence of the Dean.

 

The Associate Dean oversees the creation, acquisition, integration, and life cycle management of metadata and the supporting processes that enable knowledge access.  The scope of RMS units comprises acquisitions, including licensing; serials and electronic resources management; cataloging and metadata production, integration, and maintenance; and documents collections accessioning and processing.  The Associate Dean oversees the operations of the Libraries’ integrated library system (ILS) and management and maintenance of library information systems and equipment.  The Associate Dean is also responsible for designing and overseeing a wide range of special projects, e.g., with affiliate libraries, digital library collections, and specialized resources.

 

The Libraries’ strategic plan emphasizes the need for continual organizational learning and innovation to meet the challenge of integrating library resources and services with new, ever-changing powerful networked teaching, learning, and research environments.  Critical objectives include effective resource discovery and user experience and innovation in acquiring and delivering access to all forms of research resources.  The Associate Dean will have the continuing opportunity to manage significant new service development, to employ new technologies and approaches to resource management and discovery, and to redesign organizational structures and staff roles in this environment.

 

The ideal candidate will possess a strong commitment to providing excellent customer service; demonstrated interpersonal skills encompassing the ability to interact with a variety of colleagues and levels of staff; demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively to develop productive partnerships within and across organizations; ability to use technology in creative ways to solve problems and create efficiencies; data analysis skills, including the ability to organize, present, and analyze financial and usage data; demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a complex and culturally diverse higher education organization; and outstanding written and oral communication skills. 

 

Responsibilities of this position include research and creative work and service in keeping with the faculty requirements of the University of Arkansas.  The successful candidate must have demonstrated accomplishments in performance, scholarly activity, and professional service to meet criteria for appointment with tenure at the level of Librarian / Professor.  A dossier will be required for appointment and hiring.

 

Qualifications.  Required:  A master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program or a post-graduate degree in a related field; ten years of progressively responsible experience, five of which should be in a leadership role in an academic or research library or similar institution or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience with the acquisition and/or management of library information resources; demonstrated experience with management of materials budgets and allocations within a complex resource structure of public and private resources; knowledge of contemporary practices and trends for managing collections of all kinds in research libraries; awareness of major trends in higher education, scholarship, and research libraries; and project management experience, including team leadership of individuals and groups with direct responsibility for program development and successful project completion.

 

Preferred: Formal project management training.  Grant development and management experience.  A second master's degree or Ph.D. in any discipline.

 

Rank and Salary:  Twelve-month faculty appointment with tenure at the rank of Librarian / Professor.  Salary: $125,000.  

 

Benefits:  Relocation allowance available.  Benefits include TIAA/CREF, Fidelity Mutual Fund, or the Arkansas Public Employees Retirement System, 22 days of annual leave, tuition reduction, and health insurance. 

 

Background:  The University of Arkansas places students first by enhancing academic programs, creating an engaging campus life, reducing obstacles, enhancing diversity, improving graduation rates, and marshaling the expertise of the faculty, staff, and students.  The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a research university with very high levels of research activity (RU/VH).  The University provides a superior campus landscape and environment while designing and building world class facilities.  The funding for research awards and research expenditures continues to grow and so do the academic programs offered.  The University Libraries share in the stewardship of the University’s goals and takes responsibility for the health of the research and teaching collections as well as programs that further support the academic mission.  For more information, visit the Libraries’ home page (http://libraries.uark.edu).  The University of Arkansas campus (http://www.uark.edu/) in Fayetteville, Arkansas, with a student enrollment of more than 26,000, is the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System.  With a population of approximately 460,000, the northwest Arkansas region is home to two Fortune 100 company headquarters.  This thriving region offers numerous cultural venues, such as the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Walton Arts Center, and the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History.

 

Application deadline and contact information.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Completed applications received by May 22, 2016, will receive full consideration.  For the full posting or to apply, please go to http://jobs.uark.edu/postings/13201.  When completing your application, please upload the following: letter of application (addressed to the attention of Jeff Banks, Assistant Director for Library Human Resources and Diversity Programs), résumé, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current references.

 

The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution.  The University welcomes applications without regard to age, race, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran status, military service, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity.  Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment.  All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.

 

 

[LIBJOBS] Vacancy for Policy=?ISO-8859-1?Q?=20?=& Research Officer, IFLA HQ, The Hague, Netherlands

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[IFLA-LPD] VS: Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

Dear Luc,

 

I will travel to Louisville from Helsinki via Manchester and Philadelphia on Tuesday August 9 with American Airlines. No “easy route” from Helsinki either!

I’ll take the bus to Columbus and leave from Columbus to Helsinki on August 19 via New York (JFK).

 

All the best,

Kirsi

---

Kirsi Ylänne

Projektipäällikkö / Projektledare / Project manager

Phone: +358 295 333 108

kirsi.ylanne@celia.fi

www.celia.fi

 

Lähettäjä: MAUMET Luc [mailto:l.maumet@avh.asso.fr]
Lähetetty: 25. huhtikuuta 2016 18:01
Vastaanottaja: 'ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr' (ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr) <ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr>
Aihe: [IFLA-LPD] Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

 

Dear IFLA LPD members going to Louisville and Colombus,

 

I’m currently working on my trip from Paris to Louisville and find it a little difficult to find an “easy” route.

 

For those of you who have already planed this trip (Europe to Louisville to Colombus and back to Europe) what solution did you choose ?

I think this informations should interest others than me.

Best,

 

Luc Maumet

AVH - Responsable Médiathèque

5 rue Duroc

75007 Paris

01 44 49 27 27

 

 

Thursday, April 28, 2016

[LIBJOBS] Job Posting: Technical Team Manager, California Digital Library, Oakland, California USA

Technical Team Manager (0649)

California Digital Library, University of California, Office of the President

Full Time

$116,000 - $141,300

Category: Information Technology

Requisition: 20160230

Posting Date: 4/20/2016

Closing Date: 5/11/2016


The California Digital Library (CDL) supports the education, research and public service mission of the University of California in partnership with the ten campus University of California Libraries system. The CDL assumes a leadership role in the development of strategies and initiatives that guide the University's libraries through the transition to the digital future. The primary user base for CDL services and programs include UC faculty, students and UC Libraries staff. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is part of the CDL's Discovery and Delivery (D2D) team. D2D focuses on making interactive library systems work well together. We connect faculty, students, and staff with access to the University of California libraries' extensive research collections. As a member of the D2D team, the Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is responsible for maintaining current services, as well as identifying and investigating new service opportunities. Current production services include Melvyl (UC's union catalog/discovery service) run on OCLC's WorldCat Local platform, Request, (UC's interlibrary loan and document delivery services built on top of OCLC's VDX platform), UC-eLinks, UC's link resolver built on top of Ex Libris' SFX product, the Print Archives and Preservation Registry (PAPR), developed in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, and Zephir, the metadata management service run on behalf of the HathiTrust. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager will manage a team of seasoned developers, and work with experienced product/project managers and analysts under the general supervision of the team's Director of Discovery and Delivery Services. The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager should be interested in managing a strong team, engaged in strategic thinking, and interested in supporting the University of California's mission. 

 

https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59445

 

[LIBJOBS] USA - Roanoke, VA - Librarian

Position Title: Librarian
 
GENERAL SUMMARY: As part of the university services team, the Librarian works collaboratively with campus and university librarians, instructors, IT, and support staff to deliver high quality library services to students, faculty and staff from a distance and on-campus.
 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
 
  • Deliver library services to students, faculty, graduates and staff at institutions in the library system both virtually and in-person.
  • Create and enhance online learning materials such as specialized research guides and multimedia tutorials.
  • Create and deliver training for students related to finding, accessing, evaluating and using information as part of the research process and to facilitate lifelong learning.
  • Provide assistance to faculty in the creation of appropriate research assignments for undergraduate and graduate level courses.
  • Create and deliver professional development training related to library/technology tools for faculty and staff working in an online and hybrid learning environment.
  • Solicit faculty input for buying resources and work with other librarians in the system to identify instructional resources that enhance the curriculum.
  • Participate in evening and weekend virtual reference services.
  • Participate in collection development and evaluation of the libraries’ virtual collections.
  • Other administrative duties as assigned.
 
Required Qualifications:
  • MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited institution.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Relevant library experience, preferably in an academic setting.
  • Active participation in professional development activities.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently.
  • Flexibility to adapt to a changing work environment.
 
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Familiarity with web-based library tools, e.g., LibGuides.
  • Familiarity with information literacy standards and frameworks.
  • Basic knowledge of HTML.
  • Experience delivering instruction and training in an online environment.
 
American National University
American National University enrolls students in a variety of degree and diploma programs in business, IT, and health care. Founded in 1886, ANU comprises 30 campus located in six states. For more information, visit www.an.edu.
 
Please submit resume and cover letter to: Eric Rector, Director of Library Services (erector@an.edu) with Subject: Librarian Search 2016. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
 
American National University is an equal opportunity employer.
 
 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

[LIBJOBS] USA - Greenbelt, MD - Cataloger/Taxonomist/Librarian NASA

Cataloger/Taxonomist/Librarian NASA

Description
Are you a master cataloger and organizer? Have you ever said "there's a taxonomy for that?" Are you interested in the adventure of undertaking a brand new project at NASA? 

Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) is hiring a taxonomist/cataloger to spearhead a new effort within NASA's Earth Sciences Division (ESD). This position will be located at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The main objectives of this project, and the responsibilities of the position, are to: 

+ Develop and maintain a procedure for identifying and cataloging all new, web-based content produced by ESD on a daily basis (e.g., stories, imagery, videos, original social media). 

+ Develop and maintain a process for associating (through cataloging) ESD content with related NASA Earth science data. 

+ Develop and maintain new taxonomies as necessary in order to facilitate the above cataloging. Maintain and enhance existing relevant taxonomies as necessary. 

+ Develop and maintain daily processes for curating the Earth Observatory Natural Event Tracker (EONET) catalog of natural events. Curation involves identifying new events, determining applicability for inclusion in the system, and determining the closing of events that have ended. 

+ Document the above processes and procedures. 

+ Educate, train and promote the use of the taxonomies and the catalogs. 

You will work in collaboration with communication and domain experts from throughout ESD in order to determine taxonomy requirements and business needs. You will work with web application developers to implement the catalog and APIs (application program interface) to support catalog syndication. You will work with stakeholders and other internal users to understand the role that a properly curated and cataloged collection of resources can be used to meet multiple needs throughout the agency. 

Required Qualifications
+ Master's degree in Library and Information Sciences, knowledge management, information management, or related, or a BS/BA degree and related professional experience. 

+ 3+ years experience working with catalog and classification systems. 

+ Understanding of taxonomy development, controlled vocabularies, and ontologies. 

+ Excellent English language skills. 

+ Superior written communication skills, particularly spelling and vocabulary. 

+ Strong research, analysis and problem solving skills. 

+ Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. 

Preferred Qualifications
+ Knowledge of Earth science topics and remote sensing. 

+ Basic coding/scripting experience (Perl, PHP, Python, or other languages of choice). 

+ Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 

+ Knowledge of relational databases and SQL. 

+ Project management experience. 

+ Experience establishing information management best practices; architecting and designing the application of metadata standards, controlled vocabularies and data rules. 

+ Entrepreneurial experience and desire is highly desired.


Learn more about Science Systems and Applications, Inc. http://www.ssaihq.com

-- 

Kevin Ward

NASA's Earth Observatory: "Where every day is Earth Day"

kevin.a.ward@nasa.gov

 

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/

http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/

http://eonet.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/

[LIBJOBS] Job Announcement: Web Services Librarian, Portland Community College Library

Portland Community College Library is hiring a Web Services Librarian.  This position, as a member of the Library's Digital Services Team, leads the Library's effort to enhance its virtual spaces, working closely with library reference and instructional faculty to develop and expand online library services.   
  • Creates and supports library faculty with the development of online learning objects and research support tools
  • Designs and leads ongoing usability testing on the library website
  • Leads library-wide team focused on discovery environment (Primo)
Minimum qualifications:  Master's degree in library science, information science or related field required. Relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year for year basis.  Requires demonstrated experience in website design and/or mobile applications; experience working in a content management system and experience working with XHTML, HTML, CSS and various software applications such as Adobe Creative Suite and other text and image editing software.

This is a full time Academic Professional position, and will be primarily located at PCC's Sylvania campus library.

For more information, please visit jobs.pcc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=55292 


Maria

Maria Wagner
Manager, Library Technology
Portland Community College

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[LIBJOBS] Free Library of Philadelphia - Information Management Analyst 2 job

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

[LIBJOBS] Job Posting: Library Associate, Special Collections Research Center, NCSU Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Job Posting: Library Associate, Special Collections Research Center

NCSU Libraries

Raleigh, NC USA

 

The NCSU Libraries is seeking applications from enrolled graduate students for two Library Associate positions in the Special Collections Research Center. These positions are twelve-month, part-time assistantships that offer graduate students the opportunity to join an innovative and growing special collections program. The positions are primarily assigned to arrange and describe collections. Library Associates will examine patterns of documentation and, following archival principles, develop and implement arrangement schemes, write clear and accurate descriptions of physical and digital collections, and produce finding aids using ArchivesSpace. They will also perform basic preservation tasks and be introduced to issues relating to digital collections. Library Associates will rotate in staffing the Special Collections Public Services Desk on Saturdays. They will interact with patrons, monitor usage of archival materials and provide reference assistance. They may also support instruction efforts and may supervise undergraduate student assistants on various projects. They may assist in the preparation of public exhibitions or participate in digitization initiatives.

 

The Library Associates program provides valuable experience in a leading research library while allowing participants to work closely with librarians and information technology professionals on important special collections projects. Associates gain experience working in teams, exposure to relevant professional issues, and mentoring from experienced professionals. The Special Collections Research Center houses the University Archives and the manuscript and rare book collections.

 

Review of applications is underway; position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. See vacancy announcement with application instructions at https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/jobs/epa/lascrc. AA/OEO. NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. For ADA accommodations, please call (919) 515-3148.


-- 
Nellie Maurer
Recruiting Specialist
NCSU Libraries
Office: 919-513-3394
Fax: 919-513-2972

Monday, April 25, 2016

[IFLA-LPD] RE: Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

Hi Luc,

 

Southwest Airlines (southwest.com) also goes from Dulles to Louisville in case United doesn’t work for you.

 

Mike L. Marlin, Director
California Braille and Talking Book Library
Sacramento,
CA
ALA Executive Board Member

Email: mike.marlin@library.ca.gov
Phone: (916) 651-0812
Toll Free in CA: (800) 952-5666

 

From: MAUMET Luc [mailto:l.maumet@avh.asso.fr]
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2016 8:01 AM
To: 'ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr' (ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr)
Subject: [IFLA-LPD] Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

 

Dear IFLA LPD members going to Louisville and Colombus,

 

I’m currently working on my trip from Paris to Louisville and find it a little difficult to find an “easy” route.

 

For those of you who have already planed this trip (Europe to Louisville to Colombus and back to Europe) what solution did you choose ?

I think this informations should interest others than me.

Best,

 

Luc Maumet

AVH - Responsable Médiathèque

5 rue Duroc

75007 Paris

01 44 49 27 27

 

 

Re: [IFLA-LPD] Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

Dear Luc,

I go from Stockholm to New York. I stay there for a few days on holiday and then on the 9th of Aug I go to Louisville. 
From Columbus I go via Chicago to Stockholm.

I hope you find a suitable flight!

Best regards
Kristina

Kristina Passad
Enhetschef Urval
Myndigheten för tillgängliga Medier
08/ 580 02 722

25 apr 2016 kl. 18:35 skrev MAUMET Luc <l.maumet@avh.asso.fr>:

Dear IFLA LPD members going to Louisville and Colombus,

 

I’m currently working on my trip from Paris to Louisville and find it a little difficult to find an “easy” route.

 

For those of you who have already planed this trip (Europe to Louisville to Colombus and back to Europe) what solution did you choose ?

I think this informations should interest others than me.

Best,

 

Luc Maumet

AVH - Responsable Médiathèque

5 rue Duroc

75007 Paris

01 44 49 27 27

 

 

[IFLA-LPD] RE: Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

Hi, Luc and all,

 

One aspect of the itinerary is the trip from Louisville to Columbus. This we will address by hiring a charter bus. It’s about a three-hour ride and a much better option than flying. The bus is an option on the registration form for the conference.

 

I think there is a direct flight to Louisville from Washington dulles as well on United.

 

Karen Keninger

 

 

 

From: MAUMET Luc [mailto:l.maumet@avh.asso.fr]
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2016 11:01 AM
To: 'ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr' (ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr)
Subject: [IFLA-LPD] Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

 

Dear IFLA LPD members going to Louisville and Colombus,

 

I’m currently working on my trip from Paris to Louisville and find it a little difficult to find an “easy” route.

 

For those of you who have already planed this trip (Europe to Louisville to Colombus and back to Europe) what solution did you choose ?

I think this informations should interest others than me.

Best,

 

Luc Maumet

AVH - Responsable Médiathèque

5 rue Duroc

75007 Paris

01 44 49 27 27

 

 

[IFLA-LPD] Europe to Lousiville to Colombus to Europe

Dear IFLA LPD members going to Louisville and Colombus,

 

I’m currently working on my trip from Paris to Louisville and find it a little difficult to find an “easy” route.

 

For those of you who have already planed this trip (Europe to Louisville to Colombus and back to Europe) what solution did you choose ?

I think this informations should interest others than me.

Best,

 

Luc Maumet

AVH - Responsable Médiathèque

5 rue Duroc

75007 Paris

01 44 49 27 27

 

 

[CHILD-YA] Call for online articles: How do libraries use digital devices to promote reading?

How do libraries use digital devices to promote reading?


Children and youth around the world have been adapting the new digital technologies such as e-readers, smart phones and tablet computers. How do libraries answer to the changes and evolution of digital culture that's changing the reading habits of young people? What added value the technology can bring into reading? What are the challenges within infrastructure, library resources or skills, values and attitudes of the library staff, educators and parents this development poses?


IFLA Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults is  looking for articles about practical implementations of using digital devices promoting reading to be published as online articles. The suggested topics could include but are not limited to

-          the utilization of tablets, mobile phones (texting, smart phones), ebook readers and other devices        

-          fully or partially online campaigns (reading portals and sites, innovative use of social media)

-          online readers' advisory (library professionals or peers)

-          using digital means of motivation (digital badges, avatars)

-          partnerships with actors having similar interests


Submit your proposal (few lines about the content, key words and your contact info) to editorial board latest on May 2nd to email iflachildren[at]gmail.com, CC ulla.potsonen[at]gmail.com.

The reply regarding acceptance will be sent on May 9th and the final deadline of articles will be May 27th

 


Sunday, April 24, 2016

[LIBJOBS] Principal Librarian - Fiji National University



Position Description


Ref NumberAD 112/16
Position TitlePrincipal Librarian (Re-Advertised)
Closing Date29-Apr-2016
Background-
Responsibility
The appointee will be responsible for the University Librarian and He/she is required to manage a combination of duties and expectations. 

The Principal Librarian will be required to work as the in-charge librarian for a College library performing professional and administrative duties which include supervising and administrating all operations of the library.

The Principal Librarian is also in a key position to help the Fiji National University Libraries define a completely new role for subject librarians — a role that will allow the Libraries to be more closely integrated in the whole educational and research process at the university. The Principal Librarian is also required to train and mentor junior staff and interns. In addition to these duties, Principal Librarian may be required to develop and/or teach different LIS related courses at various levels and conduct research in the field of library and information systems as per the University Academic Policies. 

MQR
A Master's Degree in Library Science/  Information Science/Information Management with at least 4 years' post-qualification experience as a Librarian/ Assistant Librarian in an academic or research organisation or, a Bachelor's Degree in Library and Information Science with at least 6 years' post-qualification experience in an academic/research organisation as a Librarian/ Assistant Librarian.     

Applicants with higher qualification & experience are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to the applicants, who have demonstrated ability to make a significant contribution to the LIS discipline through research and scholarship.

SalaryAn attractive salary commensurate with qualifications and abilities would be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Applications must be submitted online using the University's online job applications system which can be accessed at this address: waf.fnu.ac.fj/eoi/ 

Incomplete applications will not be considered, therefore your submission as a complete application must include:
  • Cover letter with Job Ref. No. and Position
  • Detailed CV with at least contacts of 3 referees
  • Certified academic credentials & transcripts
Should you have any queries, please email on: vacancy@fnu.ac.fj 

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you have not been contacted by Fiji National University, then your application has not been successful.

College/DivisionDepartmentLocationNum
Office of the RegistrarDepartment of Library ServicesSuvax 1

Web: http://waf.fnu.ac.fj/eoi/apply.aspx?id=3145

 

Friday, April 22, 2016

[IFLA-LPD] [Addendum Re]: [2016 IFLA WLIC Hotel Block for Standing Committee and/or other LPD Members]Reservation Link: LPD Section of IFLA

Dear LPD colleagues,

 

A question has come up about LPD members who may wish to stay in Columbus beyond August 19. The Courtyard by Marriott Sales Manager has asked me whether a significant enough percentage of folks will need to book through August 20 or later, and if so she can revise the link for booking rooms. Otherwise, if only a few peple need to extend their bookings, you can simply make the reservation through the 19th and then contact Ashley  Bowsher by Email (Ashley.Bowsher@crestlinehotels.com ) and she will extend your booking with the discounted rate we have been provided. Please let me know if you plan to stay in Columbus beyond Friday, August 19  so I can determine whether to ask her to extend the number of nights and revise the URL  for booking a room. Thanks.

 

Mike L. Marlin, Director
California Braille and Talking Book Library
Sacramento,
CA
ALA Executive Board Member

Email: mike.marlin@library.ca.gov
Phone: (916) 651-0812
Toll Free in CA: (800) 952-5666

 

From: Marlin, Mike@CSL
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 1:51 PM
To: 'lpdsc@infoserv.inist.fr'
Cc: ifla-lpd@infoserv.inist.fr; Francois Hendrikz; KoenKrikhaar@dedicon.nl
Subject: [2016 IFLA WLIC Hotel Block for Standing Committee and/or other LPD Members]Reservation Link: LPD Section of IFLA
Importance: High

 

Dear LPD committee colleagues and general LPD members,

 

As the committee knows, I have been in process of negotiating a block of rooms for the 2016 WLIC in Columbus, Ohio in August. The link for making room reservations is now available (see below). The negotiated room rate is $129 U.S. plus tax which includes a breakfast voucher for each day. The non-binding contract I signed is for 10 rooms but that can easily be expanded. If you go to book a room and are unable to secure the rate, please let me know ASAP and I will negotiate additional rooms. I look forward to seeing many of you in Columbus (and Louisville before that). Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Bests,

Mike

 

 

 

Mike L. Marlin, Director

Braille and Talking Book Library

California State Library

ALA Executive Board Member

ALA/ASCLA Representative to IFLA Libraries Serving Persons with Print Disabilities Section
P.O. Box 942837

900 N Street, Suite 110
Sacramento,
CA 94237-0001
Email:
mike.marlin@library.ca.gov
Phone: (916) 651-0812
Toll Free in CA: (800) 952-5666
Fax: (916) 654-1119
Web site:
www.btbl.ca.gov

 

 

 

From: Bowsher, Ashley [mailto:Ashley.Bowsher@crestlinehotels.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 12:15 PM
To: Marlin, Mike@CSL
Cc: Kortan, Kenneth
Subject: Reservation Link: LPD Section of IFLA
Importance: High

 

Mike -

Thank you for planning your Group Block for the ILC with us! Here is the reservation link your guests can use to make online reservations, beginning immediately: Book your group rate for LPD Section of IFLA

You will find the information for your online reservation link below. Guests can also call our Marriott Reservation Line at 800-321-2211 to book their accommodations with us. (Make sure they mention “LPD Section” to receive the discounted rate. If you have questions or need help with the link, please do not hesitate to ask. We appreciate your business and look forward to a successful event.

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LPD Section of IFLA

Start date: 8/12/16
End date: 8/19/16
Last day to book: Wednesday, 7/13/16

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Sales Coordinator

O: 614-228-3200  |  F: 614-224-3801

ashley.bowsher@crestlinehotels.com

ashley.bowsher@marriott.com

Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Downtown

35 West Spring St

Columbus, OH 43215

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[LIBJOBS] Director, Liaison and Research Services - Reno, NV - USA

Librarian II/III/ Director, Liaison and Research Services: The University of Nevada, Reno Libraries invites applications for a Librarian II/III/Director, Liaison and Research Services. This newly created position provides strategic direction and vision for liaison, research and instruction services. This reflects the Libraries' commitment to advance the research and instructional goals of the campus through relationship building, curriculum integration, and personalized services.

With a focus on public services and outreach, the director develops and leads a robust library liaison program that emphasizes:
•partnerships with campus faculty, student groups, centers and departments
•the libraries' role in information literacy to meet the university's educational objectives
•the use of assessment data to establish user-centered services
•an understanding of scholarly communications issues, the university curriculum, and the teaching, outreach and research needs of students and faculty

The Research Services department provides the primary reference and instruction activities for freshman composition, social sciences, humanities and life sciences disciplines, and is the departmental home of the core group of subject liaisons. In addition, the director coordinates the participation of subject liaisons whose primary responsibilities are outside of Research Services.

Responsibilities:
Liaisons and Outreach:
•mentors and supervises the liaison activities of approximately a dozen librarians
•develops guiding principles, strategies and tools for the liaison program
•assists liaisons in outreach efforts
•promotes library collections and services to diverse populations
•implements relationship-building activities
•works with liaisons to set individual and program goals
•promotes and advocates for the role of the library in educational and research goals
•assesses, evaluates and re-tools to maintain an actively engaged library faculty and thriving liaison and outreach program

Reference and Instruction Services:
•follows trends and actively engages staff in the development of new services to meet user needs, advance the research enterprise, and foster a climate of student success
•guides program planning and assessment for both traditional and online reference and instructional services
•formulates and implements departmental goals, objectives, policies, and procedures
•leads outreach programs to the campus and community
•directly supervises Research Services librarians, LOAs and support staff

Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Administrative and Public Services, this is a key leadership position and member of the Library Management Team. The Libraries places great emphasis on essential skills for this position which include leadership, communication, consensus building, the ability to create an environment of collegiality and collaboration, a strong commitment to customer service, and a commitment to create and maintain an inclusive environment.

As a tenuretrack library faculty member, the incumbent must meet library and university requirements for promotion and tenure.

Required Qualifications:
ALA accredited MLS or certified international equivalent
Five years of post-MLS experience in reference, instruction or liaison work in an academic library, including at least one year of management experience

Preferred Qualifications:
•Supervision of professional staff
•Ability to work effectively in a diverse, multicultural setting
•Effective oral and written communication skills
•A record of collaboration and successful partnerships
•Ability to explore and incorporate technologies into learning and research support
•Ability to plan, design and implement new services and projects

Salary: Salary minimum $80,000. This is a full-time, tenure track faculty position. Appointment may be at the level of Assistant Professor or above depending on experience, record of scholarship, service and achievement. Benefits: Competitive benefits package including 24 vacation days per year and tuition benefits for self and family. No state income tax.

About us: The University of Nevada, Reno is the land-grant university and major research institution in the state with a student body of over 20,000. The library is located in the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center which provides high-tech research, presentation and computing spaces, and inviting study areas. Instructional design, media production, and maker spaces are part of the library organization and we are proud to offer opportunities to collaborate with professionals and technologies in these specialties.

Reno is a metropolitan area of over 400,000 situated on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Reno offers a favorable quality of life recognized by numerous national sources, including Forbes magazine. Residents and visitors enjoy an array of cultural activities and major festivals and events. It is an outdoor mecca, located 38 miles from Lake Tahoe and offering abundant summer and winter recreational opportunities. Sacramento and San Francisco are, respectively, two and four hour drives away.

For more information and to apply go to https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/20733 Please attach a letter of application, resume, contact information for three professional references, and an articulated customer service or management philosophy. The application deadline is May 19, 2016.


EEO/AA We value diversity within our students, faculty and staff. Women, under-represented groups, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. R
eferences will be verified for finalists in the application process.

 

 

 

Molly Beisler

Head, Discovery Services

Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center

University of Nevada, Reno/322

(775) 682-5602

abeisler@unr.edu