IDEAL ’19: Advancing Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility in Libraries & Archives

IDEAL ’19 Do you believe that diversity and inclusion are essential to personal and organizational excellence in the library and archives professions? Are you doing groundbreaking research on diversity and inclusion-related topics and want to share it with your colleagues on an international platform? Mark your calendar for IDEAL ‘19 …

Attn Students: Paid Research Library Internship – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

The Research Library at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is seeking an Intern to assist with project work including: Metadata creation and review: creating metadata in the Research Division publications database, enhancing metadata in the integrated library system, completing quality assurance checks of existing information, and performing copy and …

Research Assistant opportunity

A  research assistant with skills, experience, or an educational interest in archiving/cataloguing, transcription, project logistics/scheduling, and interviewing is need to advance this important work.  The ideal candidate will have a clear passion for African American history. The research assistant will receive a stipend of $1300 and up to $300 for …

Interested in exploring the possibility of doing doctoral work? Please check out this summer research program at Michigan

The University of Michigan School of Information is hosting a 12-week intensive summer Research Experience for Master’s Students (REMS) from other iSchool master’s programs or schools of library and information science, May 31 – August 19, 2016.Come develop your research skills with world-renowned faculty and in leading institutions on the …

Research Topic Brownbag: For all Graduate Faculty and Students, St. Paul campus

Announcing: The Graduate College, St. Catherine University is hosting its first Research Discussion Brown Bag LunchWho: All Graduate College Faculty and StudentsTopic: The-ologies in Research: Underlying Ontologies, Epistomologies and AxiologiesDiscussion Leaders: Carol Geisler, Ph.D ., Mari Ann Graham, Ph.D.When: Friday, February 12, 2016When: 12-1pmWhere: CdC 361