Job Posting -- CMC Specialist Position at University of Dayton


It is bittersweet to post Ann Raney's position at UD (see below).  She has been a great help and guide to CMCIG.  I have enjoyed working with her.  Feel free to share this job opening.  UD deserves someone just as wonderful as Ann.  Best wishes to you in retirement, Ann!  I am envious -- now you'll have time to read all the books you want!  ;)



University of Dayton has the following position that you may be interested in.

Title: Curriculum Materials Specialist
Department: Curriculum Materials Center - 2940
Posting Number: S00162P
Job Summary:

The Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) Specialist is responsible for the management of the CMC’s services and collection, including acquisi

tions and circulation.

If you are interested in applying for this position, you can apply for the position on our employment site at: https://jobs.udayton.edu.

Thank you,
University of Dayton


ALAO 2013: There's an app for that

The ALAO 2013 conference planning committee invites you to stay connected with ALAO 2013 using our new app! Developed for the ALAO conference using Yapp, a free mobile app, users are able to access the conference website, submit a proposal, view information about ALAO presenter grant opportunities, and follow ALAOorg and the conference hashtag #ALAO2013.

Here's how it works:
  1. Download YappBox to your mobile device (phone or tablet), it's free from the iTunes Store and Google Play.
  2. Install the ALAO Conference app by visiting this page, http://my.yapp.us/3CCFY9 via your device.
  3. OR - use the "Add a Yapp" function in YappBox and enter the code: 3CCFY9
  4. OR - follow this link to send the link to your mobile device.
  5. OR - Scan the QR Code

Originally published on Library Cloud 5/18/13


ALAO 2013: Proposal Help Page

"Make this the year you present at ALAO! Whether you are a first time presenter, or an ALAO presentation veteran, crafting and submitting a proposal to present is sometimes a daunting challenge." - ALAO 2013: Proposal's: Need Help?
First time and seasoned presenters are encouraged to submit their proposal for the 39th Annual ALAO Conference. If you are having trouble getting started, or would like a quick refresher on creating conference proposals, visit the conference web site. Among the resources available for presenter are abstracts from previous conferences, submission tips from ALA and ACRL, and general ALAO proposal submission FAQs.

There is still time to submit your session proposal!
Proposal Submission Form:  

Post originally published on Library Cloud 5/8/13