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Internship — Penn Veterinary Library Internship (Philadelphia)

November 21, 2014

AVAILABILITY: currently seeking applications -one position with estimated start date of January 5, 2015 for one year term. SALARY: $15.00/hour. HOURS: 20 hours per week; daytime hours. DUTIES: This is an opportunity to gain broad library experience, particularly in the following areas: Special projects: e.g. citation entry and analysis, collection analysis, digitization, documentation, displays Web […]

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Part time position — Reference Associate, Undergraduate Learning Commons (Strozier)

November 6, 2014

Job Title Reference Associate (OPS) (part time) Department Position will be located in the Undergraduate Learning Commons of the University Libraries Responsibilities Florida State University Libraries seeks customer service-oriented people to act as highly trained reference assistants in the undergraduate services team, Primary duties include: Providing a broad array of in-depth information and educational services […]

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iSchool’s Kazmer named ASIS&T Outstanding Teacher

October 29, 2014

Every year ASIS&T, the gold standard in Information Science publications, awards coveted and prestigious awards to professionals in the field of information. This year, Michelle Kazmer has found her place on the list as the Thomas Reuters Outstanding Information Science Teacher. Established in 1980, the award was created to honor exemplary information science teachers. Michelle’s […]

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iSchool’s Mardis & Spears Published

September 30, 2014
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Two faculty members in Florida State’s School of Information have recently had their research published: A Failure to Connect: The Elusive Relationship between Broadband Access and Children’s Information Seeking in American Academic Research.  Associate Professor Marcia Mardis and doctoral candidate Laura Spears conducted a study concerning children’s information seeking and broadband access. In the United States, the […]

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CCI Alumni Tracker: [iSchool] Dr. Lee Shiflett

September 5, 2014
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In 1979, Lee Shiflett graduated from Florida State University with his doctorate. Since then, he’s written a book about Louis Shores, worked and taught across the country in Library Sciences and today he works for the Department of Library and Information Studies at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Career paths are never the same. Dr. […]

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