Recent MLS Graduate Chronicles Academic Librarian Job Search

ArLiSNAPers may be interested in following Maura Smale’s articles at the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Chronicle Careers.  She is writing a series of articles this year about her search for a tenure-track academic library position.  Her first article, Gearing Up for My Third Career, provides thoughtful documentation of how she decided to pursue an MLS […]

Notes on Atlanta 2007, Session 2, Communicating and Collaborating: Working with Faculty for Information Fluency

Moderator: Jennifer Parker, Asst. Professor/Art and Architecture Librarian, University of Colorado at Boulder Speakers Jennifer Parker: Working with Faculty to Create Credit Courses and other Instruction for Art and Art History Students Jeanne Brown, Head, Architecture Studies Library, Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas: Comm. & Collab.: Faculty and Core Information Competencies Claudia Covert, Readers’ Services […]

Eye to I: Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy

The ACRL Arts Section and Instruction Section invite you to visit the Virtual Poster Sessions being offered in connection with their joint program at ALA 2007 in Washington, D.C. The conference program, titled “Eye to I: Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy,” will explore the relationship between these two sets of abilities. The poster sessions and […]

ARLIS/NA Academic Library Division Listserv

PURPOSE: The Academic Library Division is the largest group within ARLIS/NA, with nearly 350 members. The Division seeks to identify and promote issues of interest to art librarians working in institutions of higher education. The ARLIS-ALD listserv (ARLIS-ALD-L) extends the Divisions’ reach and frequency of communication by offering an open, electronic discussion forum to its […]

Summer seminars

Summer Seminars Available in Oxford, Prague and Ljubljana If you would like to learn first-hand about libraries and library services in a different culture and gain a global perspective on issues facing libraries around the world, you will want to consider enrolling in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Information and […]

ARLIS/NA and recruitment to the profession

Hi all, I’m an Art History MA student at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Last year I participated in a fellowship/mentorship experience in the libraries here at CU-Boulder. The program (Provost’s Faculty Fellowship in the University Libraries) functions as a method for recruiting graduate students to careers in academic librarianship. Fellows work with academic librarians to […]

UCLA "ARLIS" student group seeking information

Dear fellow ARLIS students, There’s a small contingent of MLIS students at UCLA who are interested in art librarianship.  Currently, our department does not have an official art librarian student group however we’ve informally gathered for organized tours of art libraries and meetings with art librarians. Our hope is to continue to visit libraries, organize […]