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(Association of College and Research Libraries) Tomlinson, Carissa; Arnold-Garza, Sara
This chapter explores a program at Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library that gives students leadership opportunities while helping the library enhance visibility and promote academic success. The chapter describes the development of the program, the hiring and training of students, the program outcomes, student participant feedback, and best practices for similar programs.
(Library and Information Technology Association, 2015-11-14) Crum, Janet; Dobbs, Aaron; Helman, William; Sattler, Kelly
Power Point presentation delivered to the 2015 LITA Forum providing an overview of preliminary survey results on the topic of recruitment and retention of library information technology staff in the United States and Canada. Survey data includes responses from staff in public, academic, school and library consortium settings.
Power Point presentation delivered to the 2016 edUi Conference, a program of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, providing analysis of survey results on the topic of recruitment and retention of library information technology staff in the United States and Canada. Presentation focuses on the factors that influenced respondents decisions to accept, as well as to stay or leave, their current position. Session concludes with advice for hiring managers and supervisors on attracting and maintaining a diverse library IT workforce.