Month: February 2015

HIRE Education Conference

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HIRE Education Conference:

Preparing for Your Future Career in Education

Sponsored by:
Graduate School of Education Alumni Association

Saturday, April 25, 2015
10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
322 Clemens Hall

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED — DEADLINE IS APRIL 3

This free conference will bring back Graduate School of Education alumni to discuss job search skills and strategies with current students and alumni. The conference will feature panel discussions in four educational career tracks (including Library and Information) and one session addressing the career concerns of international students. Pizza, cookies, and beverages will be provided for lunch.

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Upcoming NYLA e-Institute Webinars

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Sustainable Thinking

Join the “sustainable thinking” movement!

This NYLA e-Institute webinar is being offered on:

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Registration for each is $25 for NYLA members and $35 for non-members.

Making It Happen Where You Are

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What does the research show are the character traits of good leaders?
  • Through emotional intelligence, how can we positively effect our work place and home life?
  • How can we cut through daily chronic stress?

This NYLA e-Institute webinar is being offered on:

Tuesday, March 31, 2015
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Registration for each is $25 for NYLA members and $35 for non-members.

Pre-Advocacy Day Professional Development Activities

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Check out the full day of meetings, programs and events available on Tuesday in Albany, NY.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Albany Hilton, Lodge Street, Albany, NY

 

Department of Library and Information Studies Research Seminar

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Please join us for a research seminar sponsored by the Department of Library and Information Studies:

Speaker: Tayo Nagasawa, Associate Professor, Research Development Office, University Library at Mie University, Japan

Seminar Title: Building Collaboration between Faculty Members and Librarians in University Education

Date/Time: Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. (NOTE REVISED TIME)

Venue: 200G Baldy

Find the abstract of this seminar below, along with a short biography. The talk will be recorded and made available to those who are unable to attend.

Nagasawa Seminar

Wikispace Workshop

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Please consider attending UB’s Health Science Library’s Wikispace Workshop

February 18th, 2 pm on the Basement Floor in Rm B2C

This workshop will review the free (for higher education) online tool Wikispaces.

At this workshop, you will learn how to use the tool to collaborate virtually with others on group projects. Wikispaces allows you to create, upload, and organize information and documents.

Wikispaces is also a great way to keep track of what work each group member has completed. 

Please click here to register.

Career Information Professionals Communications Workshop

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Would you know what to say if you were being interviewed by the media about a recent library event? How would you answer a reporter’s questions and portray the best possible image for yourself and your library?

Find out at the next Rochester Early Career Information Professionals meeting on Tuesday, February 24th at 7:30 pm. Megan Mack, Communications Project Manager at the University of Rochester River Campus Libraries, will lead us through a workshop on talking to TV, radio, and print reporters. We will cover how to answer reporters’ questions, craft an effective message, and maintain control of the interview. We will also work on improving our delivery and being comfortable on air. Wear comfortable shoes because we will play some improvisation games to boost our confidence.

The meeting will take place at the Rush Rhees Library’s Gamble Room at the University of Rochester, located on the library’s 3rd floor. For directions to the Rush Rhees Library’s Gamble Room, please see below.

Megan Mack has served as Communications Project Manager at the River Campus Libraries since January 2014. She has experience in television sports, entertainment, and news, and has been a producer at News 10NBC (WHEC) since 2008. She is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and the improvisation Conservatory at the Second City Training Centre in Toronto.

Parking Directions:

After 7 pm, parking is free in the Library Lot (http://goo.gl/maps/USqek[goo.gl]). Rush Rhees Library is the large building next to this lot. Walk around either side of the building to the Eastman Quad, and enter the library from the doors on the quad. Once you’re in the lobby, the stairs will be on your left, or you can take the elevator, which is also nearby: http://www.library.rochester.edu/rhees/floor-plans#ground.  Be sure to look for signs to guide you to the Gamble Room once inside!