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Special Librarianship As a Career

Special Librarianship As a Career

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Published by Special Libraries Assn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Special Libraries,
  • Career Planning (General),
  • Library science,
  • United States,
  • Vocational guidance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8346372M
    ISBN 100871114402
    ISBN 109780871114402
    OCLC/WorldCa32920156

    Learn about a career as a special collections librarian. Research the job duties and the education and training requirements to make an informed decision .   Education: Most librarian jobs in public, academic, or special libraries require a master's in library science (MLS) from a program accredited by the American Library Association (ALA). Librarians employed by the federal government must have an MLS. A doctorate in library science is required to teach in a librarian education program or aspire to a top administration .

      You usually don’t need to pass a special exam or get a license to be a public, research, or academic librarian. However, school librarianship is a little more rigorous. Many states require school librarians to also have teacher certifications. Others require a specific library media certification. You can find a handy, ALA-supported list Author: Anna Gooding-Call. Students interested in a librarianship career with a more general interest in the physical book should consider the book studies, book arts and technologies/library and information science (BLIS) certificate program; see "Certificate Opportunities" under Requirements in .

    Alison O’Connor, in Libraries in the Twenty-First Century, Competencies of special librarians. Special librarianship according to White (, p) is a state of mind and an attitude. It is ‘putting knowledge to work’, and is not defined by the type of library in which the information professional works but by the value system that is brought to the information interaction with. Lori Birrell is the Associate Dean for Special Collections at the University of Arkansas. Her research interests include leadership development, organizational change and culture. She has an MA in History from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, an MLIS from Simmons College, and an EdD in Higher Education Administration from the University of Rochester.


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Special Librarianship As a Career Download PDF EPUB FB2

This course introduces students to the field of special collections librarianship. The goal is to provide students with an understanding of the concepts, roles, and organizational development of special collections; current issues, standards, and best practices; and the knowledge and skills needed by special collections professionals.

Students will participate in classroom discussions. Special librarians, such as those in a corporate, law, or medical library, usually supplement a master’s degree in library science with knowledge of their specialized field.

Some employers require special librarians to have a master’s Entry-level education: Master's degree. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Special librarianship as a career. [Washington, D.C.]: Special Libraries Association, (OCoLC) Special libraries offer unique opportunities to work in places such as corporations, hospitals, the military, museums, law firms, advertising agencies, professional associations, private businesses, and the government.

Many special librarians/information specialists now work outside the typical library setting and have a non-library job title. Special libraries can serve particular populations. Many would still argue that the ideal preparation for a career in rare book or manuscript librarianship would entail a solid liberal arts education combined with a graduate program in librarianship that included numerous formal courses in special collections librarianship, the ability to apply internship hours and work experience toward the.

The Advances in Librarianship book series covers current research and professional issues in the field, primary and secondary schools, special, corporate, government, networks, and consortia, along with archivists and educators and students in the fields of library and information science and related fields.

Bright Young Librarians, Bright Young Collectors, and Bright Young Things, interview series from Fine Books & Collections magazine, featuring early-career and emerging individuals in the field.

Follow the RSS feeds for the Bright Young series; Diversity Stories – started in by the RBMS Diversity Committee, RBMS Diversity Stories is an ongoing oral history project “for people of.

Special Collection Librarian jobs available on Apply to Librarian, Archivist, Referee and more. VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Lucidea has announced that library expert and consultant Stephen Abram’s new book, Succeeding in the World of Special Librarianship, is now available.

The latest publication from Lucidea Press offers perspective and advice from Stephen Abram, a seasoned library expert and consultant with decades of experience in the : Lucidea. Special Collections Librarianship. Following in the footsteps of previous posts that focus on a specific field of librarianship (such as Annie’s post on art librarianship and Chris’s post on data curation) today I wanted to explore special collections librarianship.I’d like to work with digital projects for special collections or archives after graduating from Indiana University and.

The school opened up to women and librarianship became a female-dominated career. As the years went by graduate degree choices broadened, offering degrees in information resource management, information studies and information management, aside from the traditional library science and information science degrees.

Throughout his career, he has been an administrator, researcher, teacher, and writer. As a researcher, he has published in both anthropology and librarianship. He held a Fulbright Fellowship in librarianship as well as a National Science Foundation Fellowship in archaeology. Rare Book Librarianship for the 21st Century is the first new rare books handbook of practice in 25 years.

Authored by two special collections experts with extensive field experience, this book is also the first to discuss the role of digital technologies in managing a rare book by: 2. Medical librarianship may be one of the most diverse nontraditional career paths available, because it subsumes such a broad range of disciplines and types of work within those disciplines.

In addition, medical librarianship can translate into a public-library consumer health specialization, a position in anyFull Article. The ultimate goal of special librarianship, and perhaps the key distinguishing factor between special libraries and other library settings, is the provision of customized information services that meet the requirements of the parent organization in the most cost-effective and efficient manner possible.

The book is intended as a guide for special librarians committed to being proactive about their careers. I take a pragmatic approach to such topics as the importance of relationships, putting technology in its place, developing and planning your strategy, the fundamentals of marketing and selling, managing internal communication for impact and.

Librarians working in a special library, such as a law, medical, or corporate library, usually supplement a master's degree in library science with knowledge of their specialized field. Some employers require special librarians to have a master's. Learn more about rare book and special collections librarians: Terry Belanger, founding director of the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia, wrote a great article on rare book librarians.

Although more than 20 years old, the article still has great information. Library Trends, summer focused on special collections.

A great resource. VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lucidea has announced that library expert and consultant Stephen Abram’s new book, Succeeding in.

Librarianship manifests a dual career structure for men and women in the United States. In83 percent of librarians were women. [77] In spite of women making up most of the work force, inwomen working as full-time librarians reported a median annual salary of $48, compared to $52, for men.

[78]. In your application, address what interests you about a career in Special Collections or Rare Book Librarianship, or Archives. Terms. In addition to salary and benefits, the Library will provide professional support including career mentorship, and an annual allowance of $2, for professional development expenses.

Responsibilities.Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship v no.3 (Winter ) students without science background often express insurmountable fears and concerns in pursuing a career in engineering librarianship.

On background can learn valuable lessons from her book “The Accidental Librarian.” Having a strong foundation of. Librarians who work in different settings sometimes have different job duties. The following are examples of types of librarians: School Librarians, sometimes called school media specialists, work in elementary, middle, and high school libraries and teach students how to use library also help teachers develop lesson plans and find materials for .