Job Posting: Library Assistant, National Portrait Gallery, London

The National Portrait Gallery’s Heinz Archive and Library is an important research facility housing a unique collection of reference material relating to British portraiture including 80,000 prints and drawings, 600,000 photographic and other reproductions of portraits, a collection of artists’ papers and research papers, the official records of the Gallery and a library of 40,000 […]

Job Posting: Library Assistant, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Architecture and History of Art Library, UK

The Faculty of Architecture and History of Art Library is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated library assistant to join our small and experienced dedicated and friendly Library team.  You will provide support for the two part-time Faculty Librarians in delivering information services tailored to the specific needs of Faculty Library users, undergraduates and postgraduates […]

Job Posting: Librarian, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

£ 26137 – 31414 – Per Annum Full-time – (36 hours per week) The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design. We enrich people’s lives by promoting the practice of design and increasing knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the designed world. The National Art Library at the V&A is Britain’s foremost public […]

The H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship in architectural study, and the SAH Membership Grant

http://www.sah.org/jobs-and-careers/sah-fellowships-and-grants/h-allen-brooks-travelling-fellowship?utm_source=april14newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=SAH%20Newsletter The Society of Architectural Historians’ prestigious H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship will be offered for 2014 and will allow a recent graduate or emerging scholar to study by travel for one year. The fellowship is not for the purpose of doing research for an advanced academic degree. Instead, Prof. Brooks intended the recipient to […]

Summer Study Abroad Course: “Follow the Fringe”

Summer Study Abroad Course: “Follow the Fringe”, 2nd Season.  Application period closes February 14.  Space is limited!. The University of Maryland, College of Information Studies, Maryland’s iSchool, announces a Study Abroad course offering this summer.  Directed by Mary Edsall Choquette, iSchool faculty, the course, “Follow the Fringe: Documentation and Preservation of Cultural Movements in Media,” offers […]

IFLA/ekz LIS Student Paper Award 2014

The IFLA Education & Training Section in collaboration with ekz.bibliotheksservice GmbH has the pleasure to announce the 6th IFLA/ekz LIS Student Paper Award for 2014. The IFLA/ekz LIS Student Paper Award will honour students of Library and Information Science whose abstract submissions have been accepted by any IFLA Section or IFLA Unit to be presented […]

Call for Papers: 7th International Digital Curation Conference

7th International Digital Curation Conference CALL FOR PAPERS Title: “Public? Private? Personal? navigating the open data landscape” 5 – 7 December 2011 Bristol, UK IDCC11 will be presented by the Digital Curation Centre, UK in partnership with the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI). The Programme Committee invites submissions of papers that reflect current concerns in […]

International Librarianship event at Baruch College

SLA-NY invites you to an exclusive students-only event on International Librarianship featuring Jane Kinney Meyers, founder of the Lubuto Library Project. Jane Kinney Meyers is a professional librarian with 20 years of experience working and living in Africa. While living in Malawi for four years, she developed a network of research libraries for the country’s […]

Student-designed ARLIS/ANZ Website Prototype Chosen

Since September of this year, the ARLIS/ANZ President’s blog detailed the exciting process of choosing a new website designed by Communication Design students at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. In September President Ellen Thompson reported that students were, “looking at ways to incorporate blogging, wiki and forum technology into the Arlis/ANZ site […]

Hello from Arlis/ANZ

Hi ArliSNAP and Sara – who left a kind comment on my new blog, which I’m using to communicate with the Australian and New Zealand Arlis group. Arlis/ANZ is only just beginning to use this technology to help our membership communicate and interact – spread as we are over two countries and many thousands of […]