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Professional Development Panorama

Professional Development Panorama
Wednesday May 25, 2016
1:30-3:00pm, 180 Doe

Please join us for the first ever Professional Development Panorama hosted by the University Library. This event, open to all library staff, is a chance for people who have participated in conference, workshops, online courses, or any other professional development opportunities to share highlights with their colleagues. The presentations will be brief "lightning talk" style, about 5-6 minutes each.

Presentations:

  1. Creating a Welcoming Environment For All
    Speaker: Michael Sholinbeck, Outreach & Instruction Librarian, Public Health Library

  2. Report on Get Global Ready workshop
    Speakers: Naomi Shiraishi, Japanese Cataloging Librarian, East Asian Library
    Michael Sholinbeck, Outreach & Instruction Librarian, Public Health Library

  3. Building your Identity Capital
    Speaker: Nancy Oanh Tran, Circulation Supervisor

  4. Together We Build a Diverse Inter-Asia Collection for Cal
    Speaker: Virginia Shih, Southeast Asia Librarian

  5. Digitization in DC
    Speaker: Jenna Jorgensen, Digital Imaging Specialist

  6. Basic Reference Skills for Non-Reference Librarians
    Speaker: Sarah Harrington, Information Desks Supervisor

  7. Analyzing and Visualizing Data with Excel
    Speakers: Elise Woods, Chief Administrative Officer
    Meilin Huang, Financial Analyst
    Lynn Tran, Library Buyer
    Desi Gallardo, Academic HR Analyst
    Richard Tran, Financial Services Analyst
    Nicole Wong, Financial Services Analyst
    Kris Leonardo, Financial Analyst

Snacks and light refreshments will be served.

The Professional Development Panorama is co-organized by the Staff Development Committee, Librarians Association of UC Berkeley, and the Library Leadership team.

May 12, 2016 | Categories: CU News | admin

Best Student Library Employees Ever!

Deemed by Fine Arts Librarian Kathryn Wayne as the "Best Student Library Employees Ever" the group recently celebrated its numerous accomplishments over the past year, both work and academic-related.

Student library employees in the Art History/Classics Library

Back row (left to right): Kristen McDeavitt, Lucy Vay, Kathryn Wayne, Rene Lopez, Virgil Tang
Front row (left to right): Josh Roque, Issy Lin, Jamie Ho
Photo by Julie A. Wolf, History of Art Department

May 10, 2016 | Categories: CU News | admin

New staff in LAP

We want to announce two new staff members in Library Applications & Publishing (LAP):

Daniel Schmidt started this week as our Service Architect. Dan will be working closely with the developers to streamline deployment of code and documentation. He comes to us from tilt.com and has survived PCI compliance testing (those dealing with IT security know what a big deal that is). We are thrilled to have Dan in LAP.

Yuchai Zhou joins us on June 1st as our GIS developer. Her main goal will be to move our GIS services to new architecture. She comes to us from 511.org and is very excited to work on open source projects. We look forward to her joining us at LAP.

Both Dan and Yuchai will be sitting in 289 Doe Annex.

Please join us in welcoming them both to the Library.

Lynne Grigsby
Library Applications & Publishing

May 06, 2016 | Categories: CU News | admin

Farewell to Angela Gorden

Angela Gorden, who managed the library news slideshow and blog, accepted a User Experience position with Evernote. Her last day was Friday, 4/22. Although Angela was only at the library since January 2015, we have benefited from her time with us. We are still working to implement various changes that she uncovered from usability testing, and the unified news blog. We wish Angela all the best and will miss her insight.

Lynne Grigsby
Library Applications & Publishing

Apr 27, 2016 | Categories: CU News | admin

Student Appreciation Party out of this world!

Thank you to everyone who helped make the Student Appreciation Party yesterday happen. It was quite a hit and in no small part due to the LCIS guys. They did the music, lights and movie.

Special shout outs to:

  • David Wong (the movie was a stroke of genius!)
  • JJ Mansalay (awesome job getting the crowd going and introducing our Masters of Ceremonies!)
  • Dave Duer and Sheehan Grant (you were the dynamic duo who kept the prizes moving and the crowd laughing!)
  • Jitka Horavova and Desi Gallardo (your hours of help and support kept me going!)
  • The entire LHRD, LBS and LCIS crews (you all helped me in so many ways!)

We will have pictures posted outside 110 Doe in the near future. Come see if you want to experience our version of Star Wars.

Judy Deliramich
Administrative and Student Employment Coordinator

Apr 22, 2016 | Categories: CU News | admin

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