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Alternate Librarianship
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Alternate Librarianship

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Judine Slaughter's presentation on alternate library careers in the Federal government.

Judine Slaughter's presentation on alternate library careers in the Federal government.

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    • 1. Web Manager Database Administrator You as a … SharePoint Developer MentorBy: Judine SlaughterOrganizer, Careers in Federal Libraries
    • 2.  Careers in Federal Libraries Definition of Alternate Librarianship ALA Core Competencies Matching CUA Courses and My Job Functions USAJobs.gov – Example job posting
    • 3. Use the webinar panel to: ◦ Select or change your audio options ◦ IM questions to CiFL staff
    • 4. – I’m going to ask for your opinion. You’ll use your cell phones to respond just like on American Idol.– You’ll participate by sending a text message. After you send, wait a minute to see your results compared to others.– TIPS 1. Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20) 2. Polleverywhere.com does not retain your phone number 3. Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
    • 5.  CiFL is a organization, which shares information about alternate librarianship positions. You can join this group on LinkedIn, Google Groups, Facebook and Twitter.Did you know? There are many alternate librarian careers in the Federal government. Embedded librarians don’t necessary have the series 1401.
    • 6.  Integrated into small work teams ◦ Approachable and show Interest Establishing strong relationships ◦ Listens and Inquires Transformative ◦ Adaptable to changeFrom David Shumaker, The Embedded Librarianhttp://bit.ly/zFPK4j
    • 7. Do the same functionsas a traditional librarian Don’t work in thetraditional brick andmortal library buildings
    • 8.  Like using new technology. Love solving a good mystery. Enjoy helping people.How do I use these skills?Official title: Program Analyst (series 0343) Job tasks: Web Content Manager, Database Administrator, FOIA Coordinator and Mentor at the Federal Aviation Administration.
    • 9. The American Library Association has specificcore competencies for librarians.I will match the competencies to: Related Library and Information Science (MLIS) courses at Catholic University of America (CUA), and My corresponding job functions
    • 10. 1. Organize your closet, books, or computer files, etc. Learn more from the CUA Course: 551- Organization of Information My corresponding job functions: Web Content Manager and Database Administrator
    • 11. 2. Develop methods to store resources Learn more from the CUA Courses : 606 – Catalog and Classification, and 647 - Preservation My corresponding job function: Database Administrator
    • 12. 3. Use and learn new technology Learn more from the CUA Courses: 555 – Information Systems in Libraries, 610 - Internet Search and Web Design, and 756 – Systems Analysis and Evaluation My corresponding job function: Database Administrator
    • 13. 4. Create ways access to information Learn more from the CUA Course : 553- Information Sources and Services My corresponding job function: Database Administrator
    • 14. 5. Perform research for special subjects Learn more with the CUA Course : 675 – Research Methods 756 – Systems Analysis and Evaluation My corresponding job functions: Web Content Manager and Database Administrator
    • 15. 6. Help others to continue their education Learn more with the CUA Course : 644 – Information Literacy and Instructional Design My corresponding job functions: Mentoring and Toastmasters International
    • 16. 7. Lead others and develop partnerships Learn more with the CUA Course : 888 – Management, and 876- Marketing My corresponding job function: Database Administrator
    • 17. 8. Promote freedom of information Learn more with the CUA Course : 557 – Libraries and Information in Society My corresponding job functions: Web Content Manager & FOIA Specialist
    • 18.  Serves as team leader Responsible for planning, developing and directing strategic analyses, studies Provides leadership and program guidance Develops management systemsVisit: http://www.littleurl.net/a94ee3Closes March 26, 2012
    • 19. View additional presentations to learn more.Please provide your comments or ask questions. ◦ Sarah Scruggs – Medical Librarian http://slidesha.re/x8CfR2 ◦ Virginia Sanchez – Reports Officer Editor http://slidesha.re/yyxPaT ◦ Edwin Morris – Knowledge Management http://slidesha.re/x9Y48E
    • 20. While the core values and principles oflibrarianship remain constant, the tools andtechniques necessary to accomplishprofessional goals continue to change.“The Portable MLIS: Insights from the Experts”By: Ken Haycock and Brooke E. Sheldon

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