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Overview Of Uls Leadership Development Program, Karen S. Calhoun Jan 2014

Overview Of Uls Leadership Development Program, Karen S. Calhoun

Karen S Calhoun

Describes the leadership development program for selected librarians and staff in the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh. Prepared for an informal, brief presentation for the ACRL Personnel Administrators and Staff Development Discussion Group at the 2014 ALA Midwinter meeting.


Is It Really Sink Or Swim For Tenure Tracks?, Crystal Goldman, Valeria E. Molteni, Y. Diana Wu Mar 2010

Is It Really Sink Or Swim For Tenure Tracks?, Crystal Goldman, Valeria E. Molteni, Y. Diana Wu

Yuhfen Diana H. Wu

A panel consisting of a mentor and two mentees will share their experiences and tell their stories. They seek to exchange ideas on surviving a fast-changing environment with librarians from other academic libraries where librarians have faculty status. The San Jose State University (SJSU) experience is easy to duplicate and aims to help junior librarians achieve her/his full potential, to design/develop personal goals that fit into personal career expectations, to take one step at a time to reach those goals, to better support organizational goals and objectives, to develop leadership within the organization, to boost morale and productivity ...


Getting Boys To Read: A Look At The Research And The Books They Love, Carrie Lynn Cooper Dean Of Libraries, Kathy Cox Watson Jul 2009

Getting Boys To Read: A Look At The Research And The Books They Love, Carrie Lynn Cooper Dean Of Libraries, Kathy Cox Watson

Kathy Cox Watson

This session focuses on what the research says about males as readers and introduces the audience to great boy books and other types of text that appeals to male readers. The presenters have chosen titles from the Kentucky Bluegrass Awards program that are of interest to young male readers. Presenters also introduce and promote Kentucky’s children’s choice reading program, the Kentucky Bluegrass Awards. To misquote George Ella Lyon, the presenters woudl like to get boys to "shake hands with a book."