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LAUW issues statement in support of Dale Askey and McMaster University
Feb 11, 2013
The Harvard Library Transition Massive reorganization announced.
OCUFA Award for Academic Librarians
“Academic librarianship, in the context of the OCUFA Awards, embraces all aspects of librarianship that contribute to the scholarly achievement of all members of the university community. Activities such as development and delivery of services, provision of educational materials, collection development and management and other contributions to academic librarianship are important to the intellectual functioning of the university. Those who excel in any of these are eligible for an OCUFA Academic Librarianship Award.”
Have someone in mind? To nominate a colleague, please see the OCUFA web site at http://ocufa.on.ca/ocufa-awards/teaching-and-academic-librarianship-awards/ for instructions and the nomination form.
The deadline for submissions is May 21, 2012.
Striking Western Librarians and Archivists
Support our colleagues down the road by sending a letter to:
Western Board of Governors Chair Angeletti:
Tell them you support a fair an equitable contract for Western’s Librarians and Archivists “Every email message of support will help us,”says James Compton, UWOFA Past President: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAUW’s Librarian to Librarian Initiative
Ever wish you could just ask another librarian about a professional matter you’re thinking about? Perhaps you seek a second opinion about your career path or want to bounce an idea off of someone with an impartial or experienced perspective? The Librarians Association of the University of Waterloo’s “Librarian to Librarian” (L2L) initiative might be able to help.
Check out the details: