Assistant Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator — Broome Library, CSU Channel Islands
California State University Channel Islands (CI) is committed to recruiting individuals who are dedicated to furthering inclusive excellence in our campus
community. We seek to enhance our diverse University population, welcoming
people from all backgrounds, to sustain an environment in which all can thrive,
create, work and learn. Placing students at the center of the educational
experience, CI provides undergraduate and graduate education that facilitates
learning within and across disciplines through integrative
approaches, emphasizes experiential and service learning, and graduates
students with multicultural and international perspectives. Join us!
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The review of applicants begin November 1st, 2016.
- MLS from an accredited institution in Library Science or a related field.
- Must have an ALA accredited Masters in Library Science and at least 3-5 years of experience teaching information literacy sessions in an academic library.
- Must possess an excellent service orientation and demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty, staff in a university environment.
- Dedication to research and scholarship in the field of library and information sciences.
- Must be creative, able to work in a fast-paced, change-oriented environment, and have a student-focused outlook.
- Experience coordinating and assessing an information literacy program.
- Experience teaching credit courses beyond information literacy and library skills, or co-teaching in a first year experience program, living learning community, or other interdisciplinary environment.
- Experience in developing curriculum and teaching in an online environment.
- Ability to see how both public and technical services work together in developing creative solutions for a growing campus.
- Experience with or advanced degree in a subject area offered as a major at CSU Channel Islands.
- Desire to take risks, see connections, and seek partnerships in unlikely places
The Dudley Knox Library at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), in Monterey California, is seeking outstanding candidates for Associate University Librarian (AUL). The ideal candidate for this leadership position will have a Masters’ of Library/Information Science or a business/management equivalent (such as Masters’ of Business Administration, Management, Public Affairs, or Public Administration) plus five or more years of progressively responsible experience at the department head level or above in an academic/research/special library or university setting.
Reporting to the University Librarian (UL), the AUL is delegated a portion of the UL’s responsibilities for programs, personnel, policy, or administration. The Library is embarking on a major project to transition from multiple local systems to a unified web scale discovery, access and management system. The AUL is responsible for ensuring that library policies and procedures are in place to efficiently support NPS resident and distributed academic and research programs. With 3 direct reports and approximately 28 FTE library personnel, key responsibilities include: supervising library administrative, fiscal and systems staff; managing budgets, manpower, training, and physical facilities; and leading the collection and presentation of metrics used to assess the Library’s contributions to student learning and faculty productivity. The AUL represents the library by serving on campus and outside committees.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae plus an in-depth statement about their experience and capabilities. Review of applications will begin 15 November with the desire to fill this position by early 2017.
Inquiries and applications should be sent (email preferred) to:
Ms Eleanor Uhlinger
Dudley Knox Library
Naval Postgraduate School
411 Dyer Road
Monterey, CA 93943
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10/5/16 – Registration is now open at:
Future of Libraries 12.0:
Online Communities: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
9:00 am – 4:30 pm (sign-in 8:30 – 9:00)
San Francisco Public Library, Main Library, Koret Auditorium
$30 registration fee
–LinkedIn: Building Relationships Through a High-Tech Approach
–Community Management Best Practices for Librarians
–Fad vs. Fab: Tech Trends
–Meetup Alt Library
–Instagram: Bookface Friday
–Augmented Reality in Libraries
The administration and staff of the Pacific Library Partnership (PLP), Peninsula Library System (PLS), and the Califa Group are pleased to jointly announce the selection of Linda Crowe into the 2016 California Library Association (CLA) Hall of Fame. Linda’s selection is an acknowledgement of her leadership in our profession which has had a significant and positive impact on improving library service in California.
Linda was the Executive Director of the Peninsula Library System from 1983-2015. During her leadership, she led many initiatives which helped this 35-member consortium of public and community college libraries provide innovative and cost-effective services.
In 2004, Linda co-founded the Califa Group, a 501C3 non-profit corporation and served as the Chief Executive Officer from 2004-2015. The Califa Group enables libraries to purchase services and products cooperatively. With a membership of 220 libraries, Califa saves its members over 4 million dollars a year. Califa currently serves as the aggregator of the CENIC broadband project that provides high speed broadband to public libraries throughout California. Califa also serves as the project manager for a National Science Foundation grant that brings STEM programming to rural public libraries throughout the country.
In 2008, Linda led the merger of the four CLSA cooperative library systems in the San Francisco Bay Area (BALIS, PLS, MOBAC, and SVLS), which includes all of the public libraries in Alameda, Contra Costa, Monterey, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties. This merger resulted in the development of the Pacific Library Partnership, one of the nine regional library cooperatives in California. Linda served as the Chief Executive Officer of PLP from 2009-2015 where she
provided vision, leadership, and administrative oversight.
Linda is currently serving as a consultant on the CENIC project.
Susan Hildreth, who has held various positions in the field, including California State Librarian, Director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), and Director roles with PLP, PLS and Califa, applauded Linda’s selection and thought it most deserving, saying, “Linda is a great model for our field, a big picture thinker, entrepreneur and risk-taker who made a huge contribution to moving the library field forward in California and nationally.”
During her tenure in California, Linda contributed greatly to CLA. A member since 1984, her accomplishments with CLA are many. She served as the Treasurer from 1988-94; Chair of the Legislative Committee from 1996-98; Co-Chair of the Task Force on the Future of the Library Profession, 1994-95; and CLA President in 2001. In 1995, in recognition of her dedicated leadership, Linda was honored as the CLA Member of the Year. In 2014, Linda was the recipient of the CLA Technology Professional Award.
Linda has been a member of ALA since 1968 and worked in various capacities with the organization over the years. She also received the Association of State and Cooperative Library Systems (ASCLA) Leadership Award in 1995 for her contributions to ALA.
Linda will be recognized at the 2016 California Library Association Annual Convention Awards Reception on Thursday, November 3, 2017, from 8-10 p.m. Tickets may be purchased through the CLA conference website. For more information about the California Library Hall of Fame and this year’s inductees, please click here: http://www.cla-net.org/?page=405.
Carol Frost, PLP System Director & PLS Acting Director
P: 650. 349.5538