Archive for the tag "outreach"
For the past couple of years I’ve been wearing two main hats at my job: one as an information literacy librarian and the other as a lead on a collegewide pedagogical grant. I’ve had several opportunities to connect the two, which I think strengthens both my library and my grant work. This year the connection [...]
I’ve written before about the faculty workshops we offer at my library. When we started to expand our offerings a few years ago we thought it would be a good opportunity both to promote our resources for faculty as well as engage in some general library outreach. While we’re a small college library we do [...]
This monthâ€™s post in our series of guest academic librarian bloggers is from Erin Dorney, Outreach Librarian at Millersville University, Pennsylvania. She also blogs at Library Scenester. Last week, a small fire* forced all faculty, staff, and library users out of our nine-floor building for about an hour. As I stood the requisite 50 feet [...]
It’s time to start thinking about the annual effort to make libraries a site for conversation about freedom and democracy. Now in its fifth year, The September Project is a world-wide effort – and one that can help make your library more visible on campus. Here’s a message from David Silver, who was interviewed here [...]