25 مارس 2012

للمرة الثانية: إتصال أخصائيي المكتبات الجُدد العالمي: أفضل الممارسات والنماذج والتوصيات!


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته،
أقدم لكم اليوم للمرة الثانية "إتصال أخصائيي المكتبات الجُدد العالمي: أفضل الممارسات والنماذج والتوصيات New Librarians Global Connection: best practices, models and recommendations" وهى عبارة عن سلسلة من الندوات المجانية الفصلية التى تتاح عبر شبكة الإنترنت وتقدمها إفلا للتطوير المهني المستمر والتعلم في مكان العمل IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning، والمجموعة ذات الاهتمام المُشترك بأخصائيي المكتبات الجُدد IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group بالشراكة مع جمعية المكتبات الأمريكية American Library Association (ALA). وهى تتناول القضايا ذات الإهتمام لأخصائيي المكتبات الجدد، ونماذج لجمعيات المكتبات ومدارس المكتبات التي تعمل مع المهنيين الجدد، والجماعات الموجهة لأخصائيي المكتبات وتلك التي ينشئها أخصائيي المكتبات.

وفيما يلي بيانات تلك الندوة وكيفية التسجيل بها:

Date & Time: 
April 10, 2012
2:00 p.m. CST
3:00 p.m. EST
9:00 p.m. CET (21:00 Central European Time)
7:00 a.m. EDT (next day)

World Clock

Registration: https://ala.ilinc.com/register/cjzjtzj

Speakers:
·        Kay Raseroka, University Librarian, University of Botswana. IFLA President 2003-2005. Highlighting the topics: Mentoring, best practices, pros and cons of different approaches such as peer-to-peer, classical mentor-mentee relationships and much more.
·        Maureen Sullivan, ALA President Elect. Program Facilitator, ALA Emerging Leaders Program, a model of a library association’s work with new professionals.
·        Mace Ojala and Jukka Pennanen, Founders of Cycling for Libraries. Featuring a group by and for librarians.

Future webinars:
Stay tuned for announcements of future webinars. Speakers featured in upcoming webinars include:

Barbara Ford, Director, Mortenson Center for International Library Programs, ALA President 1997-1998

Knowledge River, University of Arizona
Rachel Bickley,
LIS New Professionals Network

The series explore useful topics to help new professionals at various stages of their career, including:
  • LIS school curriculum, gained skills and degrees vs. “the reality” at work. Bridging the gap between theory and practice. How to deal with generational differences at work?
  • Mentoring and best practices including pros and cons of different approaches like peer-to-peer, and classical mentor-mentee relationships.
  • How to develop leadership skills as a new professional: programs, mentoring, learning by doing. Working abroad, leaving your home country.
  • Continuing Professional Development for new professionals, how to stay up to date from the very start even if conditions at work (funding/permission to attend conferences, support with writing articles, etc.) are not the best
Questions and requests for information:
Loida Garcia-Febo
Coordinator of the series
loidagarciafebo@gmail.com
تحياتي،
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