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Education and Training for Careers in Special Collections: A White Paper Prepared for the Association of Research Libraries Special Collections Task Force

Responding to data gathered by the 1998 Survey of Special Collections in ARL Libraries and anecdotal evidence, the ARL Task Force on Special Collections investigated issuesrelated to education and training needs for careers in special collections. The resulting white paper considersthe scope of need, surveys the current environment, and proposes recommended strategies and action items for ARL and other organizations and groups.

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New Roles, New Expertise, New Hiring Practices (K. Williams)

Karen Williams, Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, University of Minnesota

pdf 2012-hrsym-pres-williams-k.pdf

 
 

Methods for Aligning HR into Institutional Goals

Brinley Franklin, Vice Provost, University Libraries, University of Connecticut

Vivian Lewis, Acting University Librarian, McMaster University

Elizabeth Mengel, Associate Director for Scholarly Resources and Special Collections, the Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University

pdf 2012-hrsym-pres-franklin-lewis-mengel.pdf

 
   
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