Using a subject degree in a nontraditional position

Kristen Mastel just published an article, “Using a subject degree in a nontraditional position,”  in the online library career newsletter, Info Career Trends.  To read her article, visit: http://lisjobs.com/career_trends/?p=475   The article is a write-up of her presentation at the Art Libraries Society of North America 2007 conference. 

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 […]

notes on some conferences/meetings attended: Atlanta

  notes made on workshops, sessions, and meetings: Art Librarians of North America annual conference, Atlanta GA Apr. 26-30, 2007   notes by: Tom Hartmann, Librarian, Harrington College of Design, Chicago, IL. These are notes garnered from notes taken at the above-noted conference. They are sometimes detailed, somtimes very light in detail. I’ve noted conference […]

Summary of Backpack to Briefcase: Life after Library School

Backpack to Briefcase: Life after Library School. Sarah Carter Moderator Introduced the session saying this session was born from the conference last year at Banff, and envisioned something that would help students, and new professionals jumpstart their role in ARLIS.