Job Opportunity: Digital Archivist, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

via Original job posting available here. Position Available at the MFAH Title: Digital Archivist Status: Accepting Applications Location: Rosine Building, a non-smoking facility Reports To: Archives Director Pay Type: Salaried, Exempt, Full Time, 35 hours/week Salary: Commensurate with Experience and Education Benefits: Group Medical and Dental Insurance, Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, Pension […]

Webinar Series: What is a Data-Driven Academic Library?

Our readers who are interested in pursuing a career in academic libraries may be interested in this free webinar series, offered through Library Journal. Even if you’re not available when the webinars are running live, those who register will receive a link to the archive when it becomes available. Part 1:  What is a Data-Driven […]

Free Continuing Education Events in July

Some selections from  a list compiled by the Vermont Department of Libraries. Enjoy! July 9 (1-2 pm) How to Build Websites Like Hollywood Builds Movies (O’Reilly) In this webcast, we’ll look at the lifecycle of various Web development projects through the lens of Hollywood storytelling. Learn how to deliver successful projects that are on time, […]

Co-editor position with ARLIS Multimedia & Technology

ARLIS/NA Needs You!   ARLISNAP members are especially encouraged to apply for the new ARLIS Multimedia and Technologies Reviews co-editor position.  It is a great way to gain some practical experience as an editor, develop more as a professional, and learn loads about all the communication and multimedia technologies out there serving the arts research disciplines. If […]

Speed presentations: Pecha Kucha

What is Pecha Kucha? No, it’s not what your grandmother called you as a child. It’s a rapid-fire, image-based presentation format. Presenters have 20 images up for 20 seconds each, for a 6 minute and 40 second presentation. Started in 2006 in Japan as a way to showcase architects’ portfolios, it has spread worldwide. This […]

Call for Emerging Technology Forum presenters: share your tech savvy in Pasadena!

ARLIS/NA 41st Annual Conference: Call for Emerging Technology Forum Presenters The Conference Program Committee, the Professional Development Committee, and the Art Library Students & New ARLIS/NA Professionals Section (ArLiSNAP) are joining forces to bring an exciting new program to the Pasadena conference! The Emerging Technology Forum will feature presenters sharing their knowledge of cutting-edge technologies […]

Digital Arts Unconference in New York

THATCamp CAA February 11-12, 2013 THATCamp CAA is an unconference on digital art history. It will take place during the two days preceding the 2013 CAA annual conference. The program is open to scholars and graduate students with an active interest in digital art history. The two-day event encourages active participation by all attendees from […]

CFP, Reviewer, & Webinars

As always, you can also see what’s coming up through the Educational Opportunities Calendar. Keep reading for details about all the great webinars, CFPs, internships and more opportunities below! CFP: Libraries, Archives, and Museums Area – Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association The Popular Culture Association and the American Culture Association annual conference will be […]

Whitney Museum Grant-Funded Paid Project Staff Positions

[Update 2012-07-10 19:16 EST: “The two positions listed are grant-funded paid project staff positions and not internships” per Ivy Blackman, Assistant Librarian/Cataloger, Frances Mulhall Achilles Library, Whitney Museum of American Art.] The Library at the Whitney Museum of American Art is seeking qualified MLS/MLIS students or recent library school graduates to fill two part-time temporary (grant […]

Educational Opportunities!!!

  Lots this week! Let’s start with the one that happens tomorrow:   LYRASIS Ideas & Insights Webinar Join us for our upcoming LYRASIS Ideas & Insights<> webinar, Libraries are Boundless< > and hear how information organizations are challenging traditional ideas about space in libraries, and placing collections, staff and resources in the best possible […]