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ARL Membership Refines Strategic Thinking and Design at Spring 2014 Meeting

ohio-state-u-thompson-libraryimage © OSU, photo by Meera on Buckeyes BlogARL president Carol Pitts Diedrichs of The Ohio State University (OSU) convened the 164th ARL Membership Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday afternoon, May 6, 2014. Almost all of the program sessions at this meeting focused on the current ARL strategic thinking and design process, upon which the Association embarked in the fall of 2013 to define its role in higher education and to maximize ARL’s ability to be agile and responsive to changing priorities and member needs. The meeting also included a panel discussion of SHARE (SHared Access Research Ecosystem), a higher education and research community initiative to ensure the preservation of, access to, and reuse of research outputs.

 
 

Carlette Washington-Hoagland Named ARL Visiting Program Officer for Diversity and Leadership

carlette-washington-hoaglandCarlette Washington-HoaglandARL has appointed Carlette Washington-Hoagland as a visiting program officer (VPO) for diversity and leadership programs, effective today, October 1, 2014. Washington-Hoagland will take the lead in managing the assessment of the ARL Leadership and Career Development Program (LCDP), will organize a review of ARL mentor programs to inform component enhancements, will contribute to the planning of the annual ARL Leadership Symposium, and will support other research projects and programs as needed.

 
 

New Workforce Transformation Story: Communities of Practice as Tools for Change

image © Tom SharlotARL’s Transforming Research Libraries (TRL) Steering Committee has published the fourth entry in its monthly column, Workforce Transformation Stories. Kelly Broughton, assistant dean for research and education services at Ohio University Libraries, contributed the September essay, “Communities of Practice as Tools for Organizational Change and Self-directed Professional Development.”

 
 

ARL/SAA Mosaic Program Fellows Selected for 2014–2016

19th-cent-stamped-envelopeimage © Clemson University LibraryThe selection committee for the Association of Research Libraries (ARL)/Society of American Archivists (SAA) Mosaic Program has chosen five master of library and information science (MLIS) students specializing in archival studies to participate in the 2014–2016 cohort. Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), this program strives to promote much-needed diversification of the archives and special collections professional workforce.

 
 

Synergy: News from ARL Diversity Programs—Issue 11 Focuses on Professional Trends

synergy-11-coverSynergy, no. 11 (PDF) The 2014 issue of Synergy: News from ARL Diversity Programs features three brief articles on a range of topics around trends in the library and archival profession. The newsletter provides an opportunity for ARL diversity programs participants to share information about key issues and emerging trends in the workplace.

 
 
 

Leading a Strategic Assessment Program in a Research Library: ARL to Offer Seminar for New Assessment Professionals

two people sitting at a table in a libraryRegistration is now open for “Leading a Strategic Assessment Program in a Research Library: An ARL Seminar for Recently Appointed Assessment Professionals,” to be held in Washington, DC, May 14–15, 2015. This two-day, in-person event is designed for librarians and coordinators who are new to the roles and responsibilities of assessment. The seminar will be supplemented with pre- and post-workshop webcasts (dates to be determined) and independent learning activities, plus connection with a network of experienced colleagues who will provide ongoing support.

 
 

Career Enhancement Program Call for Applications—Deadline Nov. 3

student-with-laptop-and-notebookimage © CollegeDegrees360ARL is now accepting applications for the Career Enhancement Program. Master of library and information science (MLIS) students from racial and ethnic minority groups, who have successfully completed a minimum of 12 credit hours (or will complete 12 hours by the scheduled internship) in an American Library Association (ALA)–accredited program, are encouraged to apply for this enriching experience.

The ARL Career Enhancement Program, funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and ARL member libraries, provides each fellow a rewarding compensation package with a potential value in excess of $10,000 per person.

 
 

Synergy Issue 5, February 2008

The fifth issue of Synergy describes two ARL diversity initiatives. Included in this issue are the calls for applications for the Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce and the Leadership and Career Development Program.

pdfsynergy-issue-5.pdf

 
 

Synergy Issue 4, November 2007

The fourth issue of Synergy announces the fourth annual Leadership Institute for MLS graduate students. The Leadership Institute objectives are:
  • provide a theoretical overview of macro-level issues facing research libraries;
  • provide advice on career opportunities in, and transitioning into a research library;
  • develop a community of learners amongst the participants; provide opportunities for both formal and informal mentoring; and
  • provide opportunities to network with ARL library leaders.

pdfsynergy-issue-4.pdf

 
 
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