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The NJSLA Community invites you to the following virtual panel session:

The Information Professional’s Job Market: Challenges, Trends and Opportunities

May 25th, 3pm - 4pm (ET)

Hear the perspectives and experiences of two information professionals and one career management expert as they discuss the current challenges, trends and opportunities facing those navigating the current job market. Topics to be discussed include the increasing focus on digital technologies and non-traditional roles for information professionals; the effects of the “Great Resignation’; and the insights into how job placement and career management fit into this changing work environment.

Speaker presentations will be followed by a Q & A session.

Register in advance for this event: https://tinyurl.com/yxcwpxm3

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Panelists:

Brian Keith, Associate Dean for Administrative Services and Faculty Affairs, George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida

Kathy Bradshaw, Assistant Dean for Organizational Development, James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University

Ildiko (Ildi) Koczan, Assistant Director of Student Services for Career Services, School of Communication & Information, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

Questions? Please contact Julie Peters at jpeters@smlr.rutgers.edu

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RBG at Rutgers - Digging through the Archives with Erika Gorder

Presented by NJSLA on Tuesday May 18, 2021

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Did you know? Ruth Bader Ginsburg had her early fame right here in New Jersey!

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News

  • Speakers Needed!

    Three SLA Communities (New Jersey; Leadership and Management Development; Pharmaceutical Health Technology) are organizing an event set for mid-October- to bring together our membership and reckon with the changes we all experienced (and are still experiencing) because of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic.

    The Programming Committees are looking for 3 speakers to talk about their experiences as librarians during the pandemic, and be part of an open Q&A with attendees. Tell your story!

    • Did your professional life change a lot, or a little?
    • How prepared was your organization?
    • What shock waves did it send through your industry?
    • Did you leave your job, or get a new one?
    • Have things gone back to "normal"? (Do you want them to?)

    If you are interested, please contact NJ Programming Chair- Emma Moore ( emoore@ias.edu ) by August 6th.

Presenting the first NJSLA Cookbook!

To commemorate our 2020 Virtual Holiday Party and Annual Business Meeting, members were asked to submit their favorite holiday recipes. Please enjoy the first annual NJSLA Cookbook! We’re distributing this now for those who would like to try recipes over the holidays.

Don’t hesitate to send recipes to Emma Moore (emoore@ias.edu) to grow our cookbook! Kudos to Emma for coordinating this  special effort.

Wishing you all a healthy and happy holiday season as we gladly close the books on 2020.

 Best,

Kathy Taggart