Champlain College seeks a curious, enthusiastic, collegial and service-oriented Librarian to join their award-winning library team to provide high quality academic library services in an innovative setting. This position provides administration, support and enhancement of a variety of library technology infrastructure, including the library management system (currently III Millennium), electronic resources, library website, link resolver, and proxy server. With Champlain’s primarily online collection, the individual in this position is concerned with ensuring seamless and reliable access to information including troubleshooting and maintaining electronic resources. They will maintain and develop the library’s website content using the college’s content management system. They will also provide technical processing and cataloguing to provide timely access to our print collections. The Technology Librarian will maintain relevant documentation of processes in all aspects of technical services for library staff.
Resource Sharing Assistant I
To provide resource sharing services for Dartmouth College Library, including interlibrary loan, Borrow Direct, and on-campus document delivery. This is a development position where, during the training period, the incumbent receives on-the-job and relevant Access Services department cross training. Initially, works under close supervision as a trainee. As the individual becomes proficient in the work, he/she receives more responsible assignments and works independently with general supervision. Upon completion of the training and when management determines full performance level has been met, the incumbent may be promoted non-competitively to the Resource Sharing Assistant II position.Read More
The Association of College and Research Libraries – New England Chapter (ACRL/NEC) has just announced that registration is open for its Spring 2014 Conference: We’re All in This Together: Strengthening Librarians through Professional Development. It should be a great time, but if you cannot make it down to Worcester, MA and want an opportunity to network with other Vermont librarians, then…
Register now for the 5th Annual ACRL-NEC Vermont Virtual Conference on Friday, May 9th, 2014!
Dartmouth’s October Conference for New England Academic Librarians
Friday, October 18, 2013
Alumni Hall in the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College
This year’s conference focuses on the collaborative role that academic libraries can play within their communities. Presentations will include examples of library-IT collaborations, libraries that work with young people in the community, multi-type library collaborations, projects in which librarians and faculty work together, a town-gown event, and more. See the program for details.
Please join us for …
(what): A PubMed Lightning Presentation
(when): Friday – September 20, 2013, 1-2pm
(where): Dana Medical Library E-Classroom, University of Vermont, Burlington
(who): Dana & Bailey/Howe Librarians – Alice Stokes, Fred Pond, Gary Atwood, Joanne Montanye & Nancy Bianchi
The Association of College and Research Libraries New England Chapter invites you to attend its 2013 Annual Conference: Communities in the Cloud, the Commons, and the College. The Conference will once again be held at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, but if you cannot make it down, want to network with other Vermont librarians and like cost-effective professional development then…
Register now for the 4th Annual ACRL-NEC Vermont Virtual Conference on Friday, May 10th!
There are a lot of great things going on at college and special libraries in Vermont. Let’s cross-pollinate and share some of those ideas. Join your academic library colleagues to informally chat, hear what others are working on, and get fresh ideas to bring back to your own library. Mark your calendars for the Library Learning Lunch:
The Leadership Development Committee of ACRL/NEC is pleased to announce the opening of registration for our November Workshop:
“Got Perspective? Playing with others in the higher education sandbox”
Friday, November 16, 2012 at the College of the Holy Cross, Hogan Center, Worcester, MA, from 8:30AM-3:30PM
Facilitated by Dr. Leslie Hitch, Senior Faculty Fellow in the School of Education, College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University, our morning panel discussion will address the the challenges facing educational institutions today. Bringing together higher education experts representing diverse perspectives, they include: