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“New Librarians Global Connection: best practices, models and recommendations“

“New Librarians Global Connection: best practices, models and recommendations“ is a series of free quarterly webinars on issues of interest to new librarians, models of library associations and library schools working with new professionals, and groups by and for librarians. The free webinars are presented by IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning  and IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group in partnership with the American Library Association.

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Stay tuned for upcoming webinars!

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July 15, 2014

webinar recording | storify summary

Speakers:

Jan HolmquistKeynote by Jan Holmquist, Assistant Library Director at Guldborgsund, Denmark. Global Librarian. Topics: Leadership and Technology and Innovation. Subtopics: MOOCs – in a learning perspective, Wellness, Library trends, Digital libraries.


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Aaron Tay, Senior Librarian, National University of Singapore. Blogger at Musings about librarianship. Topics: Tech Trends, Discovery and Libraries.

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Jonathan Hernández
, PhD student in library and information studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), member of the board of the National Association of Librarians (CNB) and works as an academic at the Coordination of the Humanities (UNAM). Topics: Internet censorship, Freedom of expression, Infodiversity. Why it is important for new librarians and students to be aware of freedom of expression and privacy.

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April 15, 2014

Link to join webinar

Speakers:

 

Hugh bio picKeynote by Hugh Rundle, public librarian at the City of Boroondara Library Service (Australia) Topics: Antifragility and technolust

Celia Emmelhainz, Head of Libraries for Haileybury Astana International
School (Kazakhstan) Topic: User-centered design                               CeliaEmmelhainz

 

 

 

 

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January 14, 2014

recording of the webinar

Speakers:

DonnaKeynote by Donna ScheederIFLA President-Elect. Deputy Chief Information Officer, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress. Topic: Ready for Change.

Ellen

Ellen Broad, Manager, Digital Projects and Policy at IFLA Headquarters. Topic: IFLA Trend Report.

Jaap

Jaap van de Geer, Founder and Director at DOKLAB. Owner, Shanachie Media and This Week in Libraries. Topics: Tech Trends and Libraries.

 

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October 3, 2013

recording of the webinar

Speakers:

Keynote by Victoria Owen, Chief Librarian, University of Toronto Scarborough in Toronto, Canada. Chair of IFLA’s Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) Committee. Keynote topics: CLM and librarians, why it is important, recent initiatives and issues.


Olaf EigenbrodtOlaf Eingenbrodt, Senior Head of User Services. Advisor for Planning and Construction Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, Germany. Visiting Lecturer at Berlin School of Library and Information Science. Topics: libraries as cultural houses, the importance of study tours.

Moreno Barros

Moreno Barros, Research librarian at the University of Rio de Janeiro. Topics: future librarians from a Brazilian perspective including continuing professional development and concepts to replicate, model and adapt.

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July 16, 2013

recording of the webinarStorify summary

Speakers:

Barbara JonesKeynote by  Barbara Jones, Director, Office for Intellectual Freedom at the American Library Association. Keynote topics: Intellectual freedom and librarians, why IF is important for librarians, recent initiatives and issues.

Eva Hornung

Eva Hornung, Ph.D., Librarian at CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit in Dublin, Ireland. Topic: continuing development of solo librarians.

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April 16, 2013

recording of the webinar | storify summary

Speakers:

Sinikka SipiläKeynote by Sinikka Sipilä, IFLA President Elect and Secretary General of the Finnish Library Association. Keynote topics: Strong libraries for equal and innovative societies, advocacy, how IFLA works and how to join.

Susanne Riedel

Susanne Riedel, former President of the German Library Association for Library Professionals, Head of Support Team  Publication Services at the Electronic Services Department, Bielefeld University. Topics include professional development, intergenerational librarianship, mentoring, librarians and change.

Kate Byrne

Kate Byrne, Outreach Team Leader, University of New South Wales and Program Coordinator of International Librarians Network, Australia.

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January 15, 2013

recording of the webinar

Speakers:

Gene TanKeynote by Gene Tan, Director of the National Library of Singapore. President of the Library Association of Singapore (LAS), Director of Singapore Memory Project. Gene is a renowned international speaker about librarian skills and innovative strategies for libraries and librarians. LAS conference this past September was titled “Librarians for Tomorrow.”  Keynote topics: Librarian skills, knowledge sharing, innovation, professional development, the new library, the unlibrary, library within a library.

Robin Kear, Liaison Librarian at the University of Pittsburgh. International instructor, speaker and writer. Topic: Strategizing Your International Librarianship Career: Redux 2013.

Heikki Marjomaa, Event-coordinator, Department of Events and Marketing, Helsinki City Library. Member of Nordic Gamebrarians. Topics: innovation, creativity, Library 10, new librarians and games in libraries.

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October 10, 2012

recording of the webinar

Speakers:

Dr. R. David Lankes, Professor and Dean’s Scholar for the New Librarianship at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies and Director of the Information Institute of Syracuse. His book, The Atlas of New Librarianship won the 2012 ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Award for the Best Book in Library Literature. Lankes is a passionate advocate for librarians and their essential role in today’s society.

Melanie Chivers, Outgoing National Convener of the ALIA New Graduates Group (since March 2011), Member of the Marketing Committee for the ALIA New Librarians’ Symposium (2013). Learning Content Project Officer, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia; and Tamara Capper, Regional Convener, Western Australia, ALIA New Graduates Group. Featuring a model of library associations working with new librarians.

Annie Pho, Reference and Instruction librarian at Ivy Tech Community College. Managing Editor at Hack Library School. Featuring a group by and for librarians.

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July 17, 2012

Speakers:

Barbara Ford, Director and Distinguished Professor, Mortenson Center for International Library Programs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library. President of the American Library Association in 1997-1998 where her theme was “ Libraries: Global Reach – Local Touch”. Speaking about: How to develop leadership skills as a New Professional: programs, mentoring, learning by doing. Working abroad, leaving your home country.

Sandy Littletree, Knowledge River Program Manager, and Jessica Hernandez, Co-Chair of the Knowledge River Alumni Network. Speaking about Knowledge River, a model of a library school working with new professionals and students.

Rachel Bickley, Assistant Librarian, University of the West of England, and LISNPN Co-manager. Featuring a group by and for librarians. Presentation slides.

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April 10, 2012

Speakers:

Kay Raseroka, University Librarian, University of Botswana. IFLA President 2003-2005. Highlighting the topics: Mentoring, best practices, pros and cons of different approaches such as peer-to-peer, classical mentor-mentee relationships and much more.

Maureen Sullivan, ALA President Elect. Program Facilitator, ALA Emerging Leaders Program, a model of a library association’s work with new professionals.

Mace Ojala and Jukka Pennanen, Founders of Cycling for Libraries. Featuring a group by and for librarians.

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January 17, 2012

Speakers:

Dr. Alex Byrne, New South Wales State Librarian and Chief Executive of the State Library NSW in Australia. IFLA President 2005-2007. Highlighting the topics: LIS school curriculum, gained skills and degrees vs. “the reality” at work. Bridging the gap between theory and practice. How to deal with generational differences at work?

Janice Lachance, J.D., CEO of the Special Libraries Association. Featuring a model of a library association’s work with new professionals in various regions of the globe.

JP Porcaro, Head of Library Acquisitions and Technological Discovery at New Jersey City University. Co-founder of ALA Think Tank, and originator of the Make It Happen philosophy for librarians. Featuring a group by and for librarians.

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The webinars will be recorded and made available at a later date.

Questions and requests for information:
Loida Garcia-Febo
Coordinator of the series
loidagarciafebo@gmail.com

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