Overcoming Isolation As A Form Of Leadership, 2018 Pacific University
Overcoming Isolation As A Form Of Leadership, Julie Gaida
Working in the technical services department of a small academic library is a bit of an isolation double-whammy: not only are you more removed from the patrons you serve than are your public-facing counterparts, you may also be a department of one and solely responsible for discharging a highly specialized set of duties. This has been the case for me since 2015 when I moved to Oregon after accepting the position of Acquisitions Specialist at Pacific University, a small, private, liberal arts college in Forest Grove. I am primarily responsible for tracking the library’s resource funds; overseeing the ordering ...
Liola: The Long And Winding Road, 2018 Oregon Library Association
Liola: The Long And Winding Road, Jane Corry, Elaine G. Hirsch
This article features a conversation between Jane Corry and Elaine Hirsch about the history and goals of the inaugural Leadership Institute of the Oregon Library Association (LIOLA). Here is an excerpt:
Elaine: In 2014, OLA’s president Penny Hummel created a Leadership Task Force to research options to provide the association’s membership with leadership training opportunities. This is when Jane and I first started working together on leadership initiatives. After breaking ties with Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) in 2010, it became more challenging for OLA members to attend the PNLA Leadership Institute. I was among the Oregon applicants ...
Stepping Up: Applying Situational Leadership Concepts To Public Library Work With Teens, 2018 Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Stepping Up: Applying Situational Leadership Concepts To Public Library Work With Teens, Mark Richardson
Working with teens is fun, nerve-wracking, and never dull. After building and growing a thriving teen council at our library for nearly ten years, I’ve spent some time thinking about what I want teens to get out of their experience at the library. One of the big things that they need and want is to develop leadership skills. Every application for college or scholarships seems to ask how they are demonstrating leadership, so I decided several years ago that I would build in opportunities for them to develop these skills on the council. This has taken the form of ...
Volume 24 Issue 2 Back Matter, 2018 Pacific University
Volume 24 Issue 2 Back Matter
No abstract provided.
Lots Of Ways To Be A Leader, 2018 Pacific University
Lots Of Ways To Be A Leader
In this issue, you’ll find more stories of librarians who, by leading from their individual strengths, have made their libraries, communities, and the Oregon library community better places to be. Jane Corry and Elaine Hirsch kick off this issue with a discussion of the planning and coordination that went into the first LIOLA, and how their own strengths—as defined by the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment around which the LIOLA curriculum was based—influenced and guided that process. Hillsboro’s Courtney Gill writes about how a collaborative, compassion-driven leadership model, combined with strategic outreach partnerships, produced the HPL Cares series ...
Building The Ladder: Developing Leadership Skills Without The Title, 2018 Beaverton City Library
Building The Ladder: Developing Leadership Skills Without The Title, Melissa Little
The leap to library leadership can be difficult if you have no experience in supervision. While larger library systems may have a deep structure that allows employees to start on step one of the ladder and progress one rung at a time to that director position, most of us in Oregon work for smaller libraries where there are few or no successive steps between circulation clerk and director. In these types of organizations, how does someone gain the experience necessary to make one a viable candidate for the job? Because of the diversity of functions from library to library and ...
Volume 24 Issue 2 Introduction, 2018 Crook County Library
Volume 24 Issue 2 Introduction, Jane Scheppke
Lots of Ways to Be a Leader Or: I Am a Library Leader, and So Can You!
People tend to have a fixed mindset about who “librarians” are and how library staff should act, represent their profession, and lead. When I say “people,” I am envisioning every public official, captain of industry and Lyft driver who has ever asked me how many people I shush in a day, and then I am envisioning a rain of cartoon anvils. To be fair, I’m also thinking of a younger version of myself, picking out the dowdiest clothes in my wardrobe for ...
Future And Value: The Library As Strategic Partner, 2018 University of Kentucky
Future And Value: The Library As Strategic Partner, Antje Mays
Broader economic trends spawn budget pressures for education and libraries, prompting a plethora of studies on the value and relevance of libraries. Numerous reports on economic decline in libraries and studies with mixed pronouncements on the value of libraries have led to a negative self-image within the library profession. Yet libraries' leadership in connecting learners to knowledge is at the heart of producing many of the key skills sorely needed in robust societies and economies. Librarianship has many untapped opportunities for positioning itself as a prominent strategic partner. This paper outlines current research on the economic and societal context for ...
Digital Archives In The Discovery Layer: A Successful Collaboration Between Archivists And Technical Services Librarians, Christina A. Beis, Kayla Harris, Stephanie Shreffler
Roesch Library Faculty Presentations
Effective collaboration between archivists and technical services librarians can increase the discoverability of special collection materials. In this panel presentation, archivists and a technical services librarian from a medium-sized institution discussed archival tools available to preserve collections of digital content and how to make the collections available universitywide.
Working together, the panelists had created a plan to integrate these collections into the discovery layer so that metadata was indexed on a single user-friendly platform. After advertising the collections, they collected usage statistics to determine impact.
Attendees had the opportunity to discuss their own digital archive collections with others and to ...
Center For Teaching & Learning + Scott Memorial Library: Academic Year 2017/2018, 2018 Thomas Jefferson University
Center For Teaching & Learning + Scott Memorial Library: Academic Year 2017/2018, Elizabeth D'Angel
Annual Reports & Administrative Documents
- About Us
- Staff Highlights
- From the Archives
- Programs & Exhibits
Annual Report Of The Indiana Universiy Maurer School Of Law Digital Repository, 2017/18, 2018 Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Annual Report Of The Indiana Universiy Maurer School Of Law Digital Repository, 2017/18, Richard Vaughan
Digital Repository Annual Reports
A brief annual report documenting the use and growth of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Jerome Hall Law Library, Digital Repository. Includes lists of the most downloaded documents and attached Excel spreadsheets of data.
The Archives As Classroom: A Primary Source Mini-Course, 2018 University of Dayton
The Archives As Classroom: A Primary Source Mini-Course, Kayla Harris, Stephanie Shreffler, Heidi Gauder
Marian Library/IMRI Faculty Publications
Archival and Primary Source Research (UDI 204) is a one-credit course at the University of Dayton designed to introduce students to the themes of historical empathy, visual literacy, privacy, and silences in the archives. This case study explores the pilot iteration of this mini-course, taught collaboratively with a team of six librarians and archivists. With the intention of furthering the goals of the University Libraries’ strategic plan, the course was developed to move beyond what can be accomplished during a one-shot instructional session in regard to primary source literacy. In addition to discussing the inherent challenges of developing and teaching ...
November 2018, Volume 14, Number 3, 2018 Winthrop University
November 2018, Volume 14, Number 3, Winthrop University Archives And Special Collections
Retrospect: News from the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University
No abstract provided.
Library As Publisher, Chronicler, And Archiver: The Evolution Of Amicus Briefs, 2018 University of Georgia School of Law Library
Library As Publisher, Chronicler, And Archiver: The Evolution Of Amicus Briefs, Rachel S. Evans
Articles, Chapters and Online Publications
This article shares the rich history of one library newsletter. It also discusses lessons learned over the years including the archival value of a newsletter and the tools used to create and share them.
W10-1380.30. Stegenga, Miner (1891-1976). Papers, 1910-2001. 0.50 Linear Ft., 2018 Hope College
W10-1380.30. Stegenga, Miner (1891-1976). Papers, 1910-2001. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary
Collection Registers and Abstracts
Miner Stegenga was a native of North Holland, Michigan. He attended the Hope College Preparatory School from 1907-1911 before entering Hope College. He received an A.B. degree from Hope College in 1915, graduate education from New Brunswick Theological Seminary from 1916-1917, and a Master of Divinity degree from Western Theological Seminary in 1918. He later received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Central College in 1938. He was licensed by the Classis of Holland in 1918 and ordained by the Classis of Rochester that same year. Stegenga served as a minister in the Reformed Church in America in ...
The Digital Librarian: The Liaison Between Digital Collections And Digital Preservation, 2018 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Digital Librarian: The Liaison Between Digital Collections And Digital Preservation, Marina Georgieva
Library Faculty Presentations
Poster session following the lightning talk at 2018 NDSA Forum Opening
Plenary about the role of the digital librarian and how it relates to digital
It’s common misconception digital librarians are involved only in
digitizing historic materials. In fact managing digital projects is only
their visible role. Once it’s over, librarians embrace their new role of
information architects directly engaged in the digital preservation process
of archiving master files. The digital librarian is that unit in the prep
process for digital preservation that ensures meticulously organized archival
directories, easy navigation and smooth file retrieval. Part of session ...
Digitization Revealed: 101 Crash Course On The Fundamentals Of Digitizing Archival Collections From Start To Finish, 2018 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Digitization Revealed: 101 Crash Course On The Fundamentals Of Digitizing Archival Collections From Start To Finish, Marina Georgieva
Library Faculty Presentations
This introductory level presentation discusses the basics of digitizing
collections from start to finish. The author reveals some secrets as well as
tips and tricks for achieving efficiency and sustainability of digital
projects. All libraries have unique collections that deserve to gain more
publicity. This crash course targets librarians passionate to learn how to
create efficient workflows and explains in details all steps involved in
digitization - from selection, through preparation, digitization, object
description (metadata) to publishing online.
Lessons From The Treblinka Archive: Transnational Collections And Their Implications For Historical Research, 2018 University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lessons From The Treblinka Archive: Transnational Collections And Their Implications For Historical Research, Chad S.A. Gibbs
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
In work for his 1979 book The Death Camp Treblinka, Alexander Donat began the process of locating survivors of the camp and recording their histories. In a telling testament to the lethality of this place, he could identify only sixty-eight survivors. Analysis of Donat’s early findings—emerging six years prior to the publication of any major academic monograph on the subject—offers a window into the difficulties of conducting research on this Nazi extermination camp and its widely-scattered witnesses.
Treblinka’s disembarkation ramp was effectively the eye of a transnational needle through which so many passed and so few ...
Review Of Participatory Heritage, 2018 University of Chicago
Review Of Participatory Heritage, Allyson E. Smally
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
This review of Participatory Heritage, edited by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe and Andrea Copeland, focuses on the book's relevance to the archives field. It highlights some of the chapters that will be most relevant to archivists, provides overviews and highlights of each of the book's three sections, discusses some of the main themes that come up throughout the book, and mentions a few strengths and drawbacks to the book’s approach. It addresses some ways the book relates to important topics in the archives field today and what areas of the field it has particular relevance for. The review concludes ...
Excuses For Silence: A Review Of The Silence Of The Archive, 2018 Simmons School of Library and Information Science
Excuses For Silence: A Review Of The Silence Of The Archive, Anna Robinson-Sweet
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
The Silence of the Archive by David Thomas, Simon Fowler, and Valerie Johnson promises to investigate the causes of archival silence, and to find solutions for dealing with these silences. The topic is timely and important at a time when distrust of power is high, and there exists a concomitant expectation of finding truth in the archives. The book is reticent in its investigation, however, shying away from calling out the way power is exercised to create silences. The exception is Valerie Johnson’s argument on the necessity of silence, which challenges the tendency toward stasis in the archive.