Library 2.011 revisited


 Library 2.011 worldwide virtual conference

Remember the  Library 2.011 worldwide virtual conference from last year? Well, if not, now you can watch the recordings of your favorite Session.

How about “Successful paths for new librarians: best practices, models and recommendations” from our one and only Loida Garcia-Febo. Together with  Prof. Dr. Claudia Lux, IFLA Past President and Director General of the Foundation Central and Regional Library Berlin and Anca Rapeanu, Cristina Vaileanu, Monica Avram from IREX, Biblionet Romania they talked about Best practices and recommendations from worldwide library senior professionals and tested and proven models for new librarians.

Abstract:

This session presents best practices, models and recommendations to help new librarians develop their careers. It speaks to the concerns experienced by new professionals regarding rapidly changing skills to help them secure jobs. Additionally, strategies for successful education paths and participation in library associations are also included. Attendees will walk away with practical ideas to tailor to their own needs and situations. Often new librarians express their desire to know ‘how others made it.’ Daily, we can read blog posts and messages asking what is needed to find a job, to be part of a committee at a library association, and how to interact within various library environments. This webinar will explore answers to these, and will direct attendees to tested and proved resources. A Q&A section is included to encourage conversation between speakers and attendees. The program is presented by IFLA Continuing Professional Development in the Workplace and Learning (CPDWL) and IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG).

Now you can watch a recording via Blackboard Collaborate.

Great Talk.

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