The Sports Illustrated Library is offering an exciting opportunity for an MLS student. Read on for details.
The Sports Illustrated library is seeking a MLS student to fill a library assistant position. The job will last 5-8 months, is 20-35 hours per week and starts in April.
The student should be very organized, self-motivated and able to work on projects independently and have some knowledge of current events in the sports world. In addition some proficiency with online services (specifically Factiva, Nexis, Accurint and Autotrak) and a working knowledge of the internet is a plus.
The library will provide the student with first-hand working experience in a corporate library setting.
Send resumes to:
Joy Birdsong, Manager
Sports Illustrated Library
1271 Ave. of the Americas, 32-319
New York, NY 10020
Fax #: (212) 522-1719
Stephen Abram, Vice President of Innovation at Sirsi and a familiar face to many News Division members, has begun his own blog, titled Stephen’s Lighthouse. Welcome to the blogsphere Stephen!
The “Establishing a Weblog on your Organization’s Intranet” presentation given in Toronto by Sabrina Pacifici of LLRX and beSpacific fame and Dennis Hamilton, Information Services Manager at KZF Design, is now available.
Personally I’m thrilled to see our profession’s interest in blogs and RSS and it was wonderful speaking to my colleagues about what important roles these tools play in their libraries or information centers.
Summer 2004 News Library News Available
Lots of articles about the 2004 Special Libraries Association Annual Conference are in this terrific issue, including minutes from the News Division’s Annual Business Meeting, summaries of conference sessions, and Vormelker-Thomas Student Award Winner Amy Disch’s account of going to the conference for the first time. It also features an article about preserving materials in our collections.
This one is Ron Larson’s last issue as editor. He’s done some wonderful things with the newsletter, including handling the transition to an electronic publication.