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LIS Students: Step into the Ring of Academic Librarianship - Becoming the Best Candidate

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LIS Students: Step into the Ring of Academic Librarianship - Becoming the Best Candidate
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Charles
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Leslin H.
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Research & Instructional Services (RIS), Rutgers University
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Piekart
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Amanda
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Berkeley College
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Donnelly
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Jaimie
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Georgian Court University
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Lynee R.
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County College of Morris
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Rutgers University Libraries
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2014
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Increasingly, teaching skills are becoming necessary for academic librarians. Do administrators acknowledge the priority of these skills in the daily work of librarians? Do LIS students recognize the value of information literacy or education coursework in acquiring these skills? This poster session will highlight the types of instructional responsibilities of academic librarians (Lesson Planning, Assessment Strategies, Constructing Learning Outcomes, Instructional Technology, etc.). These tasks are not only important to articulate to students the type of coursework that can be considered, but to administrators the types of skills that can be emphasized on job postings.
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Library students
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Academic libraries
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LIS programs
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Library employment
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Library schools
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Librarians--Employment
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Charles, Leslin H.
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doi:10.7282/T3JD4ZR5
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2014-01
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Presented at the VALE/NJ ACRL/ NJLA CUS 2014 Annual Users' Conference, Piscataway, NJ.
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Presented at the VALE/NJ ACRL/ NJLA CUS 2014 Annual Users' Conference, Piscataway, NJ, January 2014.
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Peer reviewed
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