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This “How to Get a Federal Library Job” panel will discuss the different paths to employment as a federal or military librarian, and provide practical tools for navigating these paths. We will discuss the USAJOBS website, the mysteries of the federal resume format, how to navigate the federal hiring process, and the differences among federal…(Read More)

Learn how to help patrons who are starting research using primary sources. Discovery tips for the reference interview, online and printed tools for locating primary sources, and methods to document the researcher’s findings. Registration information may be found at – https://www.ala.org/rusa/tools-locating-priamry-sources-archives-and-online…(Read More)

The American Library Association- Reference and User Services Division (RUSA), continues to offer an outstanding combination of repeat and new courses/webinars. Check out our list of upcoming programming below: Tools for Locating Primary Sources in Archives and Online 75-minute webinar on February 14, 2024 Learn how to help patrons who are starting research…(Read More)

Get Paid for your Expertise! RUSA wants to pay you to share your expertise in all things reference, user services, and instruction! What’s your lastest innovation you want to share? hat new ideas are you trying out? Our programs address innovative services and trends, emerging technologies, management, and leadership or staff training. RUSA invites…(Read More)

Many librarians have experience tracking and reporting how their services impact library and university strategic plans, but how many have reviewed goals at the college level? LuMarie Guth and Ilana Stonebraker have researched how librarians can use college-level accreditation standards to coordinate library services Beyond standards each school has a university strategic plan, college…(Read More)

Librarians will learn how to use the “RUSA Professional Competencies” and the resource available in, Competency-Based Career Planning, to access their professional skills and abilities, create and implement individual plans for professional development, and assess their progress in enhancing their professional skills and abilities. The webinar and book cover public and academic librarians interested…(Read More)


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