Are you an MLS student/recent graduate interested in working internationally, or a seasoned information professional looking for a new experience? This annual program hosted by IRRT’s International Connections Committee features American librarians speaking about their own unique international experiences.
Presentations and extensive Q&A sessions have included such diverse topics as:
Meeting Type: Program
Content Area: Transforming: Library Workforce
Interests: Adult Services, Information Literacy, International Issues, Librarianship, Literacy, Mentoring, Multicultural Services, Networking, Partnerships, Personnel and Staffing, Popular Culture, Professional Development, Public Relations, Public Services, Social Change, Special Needs Populations, Support Staff, Technical Services, Technology, Training, Trends and Forecasting, Urban Libraries, Virtual Communities and Libraries, Young Adult Literature, Young Adult Services, Youth Services
Type of Library: Academic, Association, Community College, Consortium, Corporate, Elementary School, High School, Library School, Medical, Nonprofit, Regional System, Seeking Employment
Cost: Included with full conference registration.
Middle School Library Media Specialist
Korea International School, Jeju Campus
Seogwipo-si, Cheju-do, South Korea
Communications & Outreach Librarian
Portland State University
First-Year Student Success Librarian
California State University, Fresno
First-Year Experience and Instruction Librarian
New York University, Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates