Posted on October 5, 2015.
We are looking for local students to assist with the upcoming Military Libraries Training Workshop. Applications are due to Carol Jacobson at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 25 Oct 2015. Details about the submission process are included in the attached document.
Posted in MLTW2015, Students
Posted on August 24, 2015.
The University of Delaware Library seeks a creative, enthusiastic professional for the position of First Year Experience and Student Success Librarian to help to support students’ acquisition of critical lifelong learning skills.
• Lead a team of librarians who provide course-integrated library instruction for students enrolled in English 110, First Year Experience classes, and other undergraduate research and writing classes
• Instructional design of class materials for first year students including but not limited to online guides, tutorials, games, or quizzes
• Coordinate, develop, and assist with outreach events that increase student engagement with the library, such as library orientations and tours
• Work with the UDLib/SEARCH program to help bridge the gap in research skills between high school and the first year at the University
• Assist with assessment, outreach and marketing, and online learning initiatives
• Provide research assistance in person and online, including some evening and weekend hours
• Actively engage in professional development and other scholarly activities
• Stay abreast of best practices in teaching information literacy skills; model innovation in this area and collaborate with the Assistant Head of Instructional Services.
Click here to apply for the position.
Posted in Careers, Students
Posted on August 16, 2015.
NOTE: “The following was kindly sent our way by DMIL member Sharon Lenius.”
Travis, This is an interesting article from GovLoop that might interest the Student Groups…..
The Positives and Perils of the Unpaid Internship
There are a myriad of opinions for and against unpaid internships and each viewpoint is a compelling argument. Here is a breakdown of the pros and cons.
Source: GovLoop, GOVLOOP DAILY AWESOME, Aug 5, 2015
Posted in Students