ARLD Day Pre-Conference Workshop
When: 4/27/2017, 1-5pm
Where: Maplewood Public Library, Community Program Room
Description: Unsure about how to move ahead with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy at your institution? Join the Minnesota Library Association Instruction Roundtable (IRT) for an interactive workshop designed to help you plan the next steps for your instruction program or individual teaching practice. This workshop is an opportunity to learn more about the rationale and philosophy behind the Framework, draw from the frames to develop student learning outcomes and assessment tools, discuss using the Framework for faculty outreach, and find out how other Minnesota librarians are putting the Framework into practice. After the workshop, attendees will be invited to participate in IRT’s ACRL Framework “23 Things” online program, an opportunity to utilize and implement the Framework through readings and activities while sharing your progress with colleagues across Minnesota.
Continue reading Let’s Build Together: Minnesota Librarians Implementing the ACRL Information Literacy Framework
Registration is Now Open for EQS 2017!
Please register early; space is limited.
Early-bird registration is $75 for each non-University of Minnesota Libraries registrant.
Lunch is included.
After May 1, registration is $90. The deadline for registration is May 17, 2017.
Enhancing Quality Staff in Changing Times
The 25th symposium for library paraprofessionals and support staff presented by the University of Minnesota Libraries
Continuing Education and Conference Center
St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
The ULS Professional Development Committee is seeking librarians from lower socioeconomic backgrounds that work with students from similar backgrounds, as well as libraries that have programs/services especially for students from low income families.
We are looking for your help in delivering a program that addresses questions such as: How can librarianship encourage students from disadvantaged economic backgrounds to become librarians? How can librarianship help alleviate the financial obstacles to completing a MLS to not only help lower income students but underpaid library staff become librarians? How can librarians from low income backgrounds help and provide services for low income students on campus?
If interested, please e-mail Grace Kaletski (email@example.com).
As library people, we love knowledge and learning! If you are looking for some professional Continuing Education opportunities, hopefully you know about CMLE’s calendar!
The calendar is located on our Continuing Education page, which features a Google calendar that is updated daily with new learning opportunities. We include a variety of events like webinars, online courses, in-person conferences, workshops, and yes, even free opportunities!
The page also has links to organizations like Library Juice, TIES, and the AASL’s eAcademy that offer their own training and development opportunities.
If you are interested in participating in a Continuing Education event but struggling with the financial aspect, don’t forget CMLE offers scholarships!
The 2017 conference for the Association for Rural and Small Libraries takes place from Sept. 6th – 9th and will be in St. George, Utah this year. Since many of CMLE’s member libraries are small or in rural locations, we thought this conference might be of interest to you! And don’t forget, we have scholarships available to help you attend these sorts of professional opportunities!
Registration for the conference isn’t open until April 3rd, but you are encouraged to make hotel reservations now!
The keynote speakers for the event are bestselling authors Richard Paul Evans and Brandon Mull.
Find more information about the conference on their website.