Public Services Quarterly's
column, “Future Voices in Public Services,” is a forum for students in
graduate library and information science programs to discuss
key issues they see in academic library public services, to envision
what they feel librarians in public service have to offer to academia,
to tell us of their visions for the profession, or to tell us of
research that is going on in library schools. We hope
to provide fresh perspectives from those entering our field, in both
the United States and other countries. Interested students of graduate
library and information science programs are welcome to contact Miriam
L. Matteson, “Future Voices” column editor, at
email@example.com. Please note that students must be interested in ACADEMIC librarianship.
Please contact Miriam to send sample essays and more information.
Miriam Matteson, Column Editor
“Future Voices in Public Services,” Public Services Quarterly
Kent State University
School of Library and Information Science
274 E. First Ave.
The City of Minneapolis
is currently accepting applications for two (2) full-time Records
Management Specialists in the City Clerk’s Office Records and
Information Management Division. The positions will focus
on the maintenance and coordination of enterprise records management
and transparency initiatives, including managing public records
requests. Reporting to the City Records Manager, the incumbents will
support City departments with training, technical assistance,
and compliance with established policies and procedures.
This is a wonderful opportunity to attend the annual Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference
in Austin, Texas!
are pleased to announce that the Taylor & Francis Group is
sponsoring travel grants for two students traveling to ER&L
2017 (April 2-5, 2017, in Austin, Texas). The travel grant includes conference registration, air travel costs, and housing totaling up to $2000 per winner. Applications
are being accepted now and awards will be adjudicated by an ER&L volunteer committee. Click for more information.
The University of Minnesota
Libraries invites applications for an innovative and collaborative librarian to
serve in a key role in scholarly communication and research services for
engineering and the physical sciences.
This position will be part of the Physical Sciences and Engineering
(PSE) department, one of five units that comprise the University Libraries’
Research and Learning Division. The
position will report to the Physical Sciences and Engineering Director.
Heritage E-STEM Magnet Middle School in West St. Paul, is looking to
fill a position of Media Center Support Paraprofessional. It's a great
job for getting experience in a school and has full benefits!