Internet Archive: find out what it does for Canada, and how to use it. Did you know use can search for +5Billion web pages people throught were gone with the Wayback machine?Read More
Talk with a panel of recruiters and hiring managers about job finding in the virtual work environment. Is your digital portfolio ready? Are you prepared to make a positive digital impression?Read More
The “Shark Tank” series critiques products that entrepreneurs hope will be funded by investors. This workshop adapts and adopts this approach – considering and critiquing ideas for library-related projects. What’s the project idea? Who will benefit? Will they be interested? Is the project worth the cost? Is there a payoff for the campus or community? Do the sharks believe it – and are they willing to help find investments and funds?
Six innovative project ideas are pitched to a panel of judges and the workshop participants. The judges or “sharks” don’t bite but they do question, evaluate and opine on the feasibility of these projects. Simultaneously, workshop participants collaborate in small groups discussing each pitch with the six criteria. The judging panel and workshop attendees vote for the top 2 projects pitched (maximum) that they are willing to advise on or assist in identifying potential funding or collaborations. Let’s see if the workshop participants and judges agree!Read More
Mention strategic thinking and people immediately assume 3 things: It’s for strategic...Read More
This article really resonated with me, Why Leaders Need to Broaden Their World View. Rebecca and I have talked about the seeing the big picture for years. This article referred to several new books and provides great tips for better listening! I have borrowed liberally to share! We definitely need diversity of thinking on all our teams these days.Read More
Virtual Tour: John Richard Allison Library at Regent College April 15 @ 4:00pmET Join Jenny-Lyn de...Read More