Archive for the tag "professional development"
A few weeks ago I attended the 2012 Library Assessment Conference in Charlottesville, VA. In addition to being a great opportunity to learn more about a huge variety of library assessment activities, LAC12 was also my first experience at a professional library conference. After three straight days of listening to paper and plenary sessions, perusing posters, [...]
Editor’s Note: Here at ACRLog we are always open to guest posts from academic librarians who want to share a story about an interesting or innovative project at their library. I was attending the Texas Library Association conference when I came upon just such a project at the poster sessions. I had to know what [...]
In survey after survey, ACRL members report that access to continuing professional development is the most highly valued benefit of belonging to this association. In response ACRL has moved aggresively into the e-learning environment, and now offers a regular series of programs that members can access from the desktop. About the only negative response ACRL [...]
It’s a thought that probably comes to every librarian at some point in their career. Professionally, am I where I’m supposed to be at this point in my life? Should someone my age be further along? Should I be an administrator by now? Should I have a bigger reputation in the field? And the ultimate [...]