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Reidsville High School (Reidsville, NC) is currently seeking a Media Coordinator

Reidsville High School (Reidsville, NC) is currently seeking a Media Coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity as the media center has been renovated to include a variety of innovative spaces.


Included in the media center/maker space are:

  • 2 3D printers
  • Video recording studio (cameras, lights, backdrops, portable green screen, and more)
  • Audio recording studio (Mac, microphones)
  • Flat panel tv with comfortable seating
  • Cafe tables
  • Whiteboard tables
  • Minecraft for EDU installed on desktop computers
  • 30 Dell laptops with Adobe software installed
  • 3 Doodlers, Arduino, Makey-Makey, Electronics Toolkit, and Snap Circuits
  • Arts/ Crafts materials
  • Deconstruction/ Upcycling Station
  • Vinyl Cutter and Heat Press
  • and more

This short video provides snapshots of our students enjoying this renovated space: https://youtu.be/lR1TKwBWPdc


Thank you for sharing this opportunity with your recent students. Those interested may apply at: https://www.rock.k12.nc.us/domain/47

2 positions at Alabama A&M campus library

2 positions at Alabama A&M campus library




The SLIS is hiring!

SLIS is hiring graduate assistants for the semester.  We are hiring multiple Graduate Assistants who will serve in roles to support faculty research, support strategic initiatives and school operations, and support the schools teaching mission as either Graduate Research Assistants, Graduate Teaching Assistants, and Graduate Staff Assistants. The description of each position is below and is also detailed in the online application.

You must meet important requirements:

  1. Minimum GPA:  Students must have at a least a 3.0 GPA. (If you are a new student, you may skip the GPA requirement.)
  2. Admission Status: Student must be admitted to the program unconditionally (or met the requirements to remove their conditional status).
  3. Enrolled full-time: Students are required to be registered for at least 9 credit hours.


Students may apply at http://jobs.nccu.edu/postings/8758

Please attach a resume and a cover letter confirming you meet the general requirements for employment and stating which position you are interested in and why. Assistantships begin on September 1, 2017 and run through December 16, 2017.
Graduate assistants are also required to assist with SLIS Graduation. Next year’s graduation for Fall 2017 semester will be held on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 9 AM.


Position Duties and Descriptions:

  1. Graduate Teaching Assistants  –
  • Will assist with the development, delivery and maintenance of SLIS’ digital learning ecosystem and distance (online) education courses in various combination of roles in instructional design, online course technical support, content developers and instructor development and support.


  1. Graduate Research Assistants –
  • (High priority) Assist with the grant proposal writing and development and the related research to prepare grants and seek funding opportunities.
  • Support faculty research in various areas TBA based on faculty needs.


  1. Graduate SLIS Strategy and Operation Assistant –
  • Assist with high priority activities to manage activities in the student lifecycle ranging from recruiting, on-boarding, enrollment, financial aid, service learning, graduation, alumni relations and fund raising through marketing and communications, IT strategy, database development, CRM management, data analysis, data curation, business process reengineering and records management.
  •          Will assist with the SLIS web site and social media platforms to develop strategies, develop content, web development, and maintenance.


If you have any further questions, please contact me at kbaile45@nccu.edu.


This message relates to scholarships that the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries (ANCHASL) is offering to support an upcoming meeting.

If you are planning to attend the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association (MAC/MLA) 2017 Annual Meeting (October 21-24 in Staunton, VA), please consider applying for one of the scholarships (continuing education awards) being offered by the ANCHASL Scholarship Committee. The ANCHASL Board has authorized the Scholarship Committee to award two scholarships of up to $250 each (or more scholarships, if those who apply are requesting smaller $ amounts–e.g., for a C.E. course only).

Meeting details are at http://macmla.libguides.com/MAC2017


To be eligible, you must live or work in North Carolina (or be a student enrolled in a library program located in NC) and be a member of ANCHASL.  Not an ANCHASL member?  Don’t let that stop you! Join now!
For more information, consult the ANCHASL membership page at http://www.anchasl.org/member.shtml.

An application form is attached below and is also available on the ANCHASL Scholarship Committee Web site, in case the attachment gets stripped from this e-mail message. Complete and return the form to me at carol_vreeland@ncsu.edu. The submission deadline is the end of the day (midnight) on Saturday, August 26, 2017. We’ll notify scholarship recipients by Thursday, August 31, so that you’ll have time to meet the conference early-bird registration deadline (Sept. 15).


Carol Vreeland, Chair

ANCHASL Scholarship CommitteeApplication MAC October 2017



All new and returning students in degree and certification programs at the School of Library and Information Sciences are invited to attend Orientation on August 7. Come in person or online. There are three sessions to choose from:

  • Monday August 7, 2017, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, In-person, Shepard Library, Room #337
  • Monday August 7, 2017, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm, Online WebEx Event and In-Person, Shepard Library, Room #337
  • Monday August 7, 2017, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Online WebEx Event

Use this link to register as soon as possible please:

During the Orientation you will meet fellow students, faculty and staff and have a chance to form connections, learn about programs and opportunities, discuss your plans, and exchange ideas.   In addition, there is an open house for all on Friday, August 11, 1-4pm at the SLIS. Everyone is invited!

Classes begin Monday, August 14. Be sure to meet with your advisor and register for classes as soon as possible if you have not.

For more information, please see the Letter From the Dean

Job description: Library Assistant in the Lerner School Library

Hours: Flexible! Potentially an independent study project or internship,. You may tailor this to meet your needs and the requirements of your program. 
Start Date: ASAP ( partial or full reimbursement for transportation)
Responsibilities may include all or some of the following: 


  • Projects a positive and pleasant attitude
  • Shelves library materials.
  • Locates requested items.
  • Puts books in order on shelves
  • Assists staff with checking materials for damage and removing them from the shelves.
  • Catalogues new materials for circulation using Destiny follet (places barcode in book, stamps book, and adheres spine label)
  • Check in/out books
  • Adheres to library policies and procedures.
  • Performs any other tasks as requested including dusting the shelves and books
  • Prepares a library policies and procedures manual for faculty and Grades 3 – 5
  • Develops programs to educate students about the library and the wonderful things that happen here! 


Please contact Mary McGinnis at maryg@lernerschool.org

Position Announcement – Rutgers University (NJ) Libraries

LIBRARIAN III – Information & Education Librarian



Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Librarian III – Information and Education Librarian for the Rutgers University Libraries at Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences.


Reporting to the Associate Director and Medical Education Coordinator, works as member of a team of librarians in support of the academic, clinical and research needs of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences faculty, staff and students. The primary focus of the position is providing high level reference, instruction, outreach and consultation services. Develops instruction, teaches classes and workshops, provides one-to-one consultations with faculty, residents and students, both on-site and virtually, using appropriate technologies.


The Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences, located in the heart of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s clinical campus in New Brunswick, serves the students across all four years, those in graduate medical education programs, and a broad range of faculty in the basic and clinical sciences. In addition, the library serves the academic and clinical programs of the other RBHS schools in New Brunswick / Piscataway including the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, School of Nursing and School of Pharmacy. 

For more infromation and to apply, please visit: