So it’s probably time to re-post some links to the UNCG and LIS social media sites, so you can check out the awesome content that the awesome individuals at UNCG are posting.
So the iDEAL Summit is coming up quickly — this weekend! Have you registered yet? This year’s iDEAL Summit will feature Laurence Copel, winner of the 1st Lemony Snicket Prize for Librarians Facing Diversity. For more information about Laurence Copel, you can visit her website or follow her on Facebook.
Panels will include topics from several local area librarians on how they promote outreach in North Carolina.
Please register through this form.
Don’t forget to join us for our LISSA meeting, today in SOE 401 at 12pm!!! If you can’t attend in person, but would like to attend virtually, join us through Google Hangouts:https://plus.google.com/events/ccf500c8j3g4lljafsdvkqoahhs
Looking forward to a great meeting! See you there!
Hey folks! Join us for our next LISSA meeting this Friday, 10/16, in room 401 of the School of Education building from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Can’t join us in person? Not to worry! We will be setting up Google Hangout so you can come too!
We are so excited to make BIG things happen this school year, and want you to join us! Please check out our site, and let us know if you’d like to be a part of an awesome student association. We’d love to have you!
Things we’re looking forward to:
-NCLA 61st Biennial Conference
-Satellite Campus Meetups
…And so much more!!
Don’t forget about our resume workshop tomorrow at 3 PM in Bryan 106
You can also join us virtually by clicking here
You’re invited to the Landing Your First Job Workshop: From Resume to An Interview. This workshop will be on April 8th at 3 PM in Bryan 106. You can also join us virtually using this link. Submit your resume and cover letter before the session and an LIS professional will review your application and answer any questions you may have about the process. Submit materials to email@example.com by the end of March
The Women of Library History Tumblr features stories about the exceptional women who have changed library history. These biographies, submitted by other librarians and writers who recognized the feminist gap in library history, celebrate the diverse women of libraries. This history is a project of the Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association. It aims to highlight the everyday contributions that women of the past and present make to their libraries. The Feminist Task Force gives a voice to the women who history sometimes forgets. The history project shows that even small libraries have big leaders who can make a difference.
Check out more Feminist Task Force links:
Check out these 58 Free March Webinars for Library Staff (and students!) Are you interested in professional development opportunities but don’t always have the extra money to attend workshops and conferences? Check out these free webinars geared towards library staff. There are a variety of webinars from e-book help to learning how to budget.