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    The Oxford Traineeship: Past, Present and Future The Oxford Traineeship: Past, Present and Future Presentation Transcript

    • The Oxford Traineeship: Past, Present and Future
    • Evolution
      • “ Evolution: The Oxford Traineeship”
      • SCONUL Focus 2006
    • Research
      • Google
      • Previous trainee files
      • Questionnaires
    • History
      • 1880s - Edward Williams Byron Nicholson’s Bodley Boys
      • 1948 - first Bodley Girl
      • Previous trainees filling senior jobs in Oxford libraries
    • Trainee posts
      • 12 posts advertised for 2011-12
      • November 2010 - 42 posts advertised on CILIP.org.uk for 2011-12
      • Range of sectors
    • Questionnaire
      • 1. What are your main duties and responsibilities?
      • Desk duty
      • Receipt and processing
      • Shelving
      • Tidying
      • Library & trainee projects
      • Web 2.0
      • Enquiry work
      • 2. Which parts of your job do you most enjoy?
      • Issue desk
      • Desk duty
      • Interacting with readers
      • Answering enquiries
      • Responsibility and involvement
      • Training
      • Book repairs
      • Variety
      • Working on library and trainee projects
      • Updating social media
      • Liaising with journal suppliers
      • Putting on displays
      • Acquisitions
      • Document deliveries
      • 3. Which parts of your job do you least enjoy?
      • Not having enough to do
      • Shelving
      • Checking reading lists
      • Carrying heavy items long distances
      • Being interrupted while working on the trainee project
      • Lack of independent working space
      • Admin
      • Enforcing library rules
      • Processing
      • 4. What are your plans for after your trainee year?
      • 12 out of 15 to go on to Library or Archive School
    • On reflection…
      • Previous trainees
      • Different locations
      • Different sectors
      • Employers
      • Data collection