13 July 2010

CPD&WL newsletter published

By Eileen Breen

Dear colleagues

The June issue of the Section’s newsletter is now online.

It includes a feature on peer coaching in the post-departmental library, news from Emerald and details on the Section’s programme in Gothenburg.

The Gothenburg session will be on ‘Retention and Job Satisfaction: Can continuing professional development make a difference?’ Session 128. Saturday 14 August 2010, 9.30 – 11.30 Room: F 4-6. It will be conducted a bit differently than many IFLA sessions: the emphasis will be on discussion and interactivity with the participants. The selected presenters below will have a short time to present some of the main ideas of their paper before engaging in discussion with audience members. The presenters will be prepared to respond to questions and also be ready to ask questions of the audience participants.

‘All change: job rotations as workplace learning in the Flinders University Library Graduate Trainee Program’ LIZ WALKLEY HALL (Flinders University, Flinders, Australia)

’Mandatory CPD and professional  re-validation schemes and their role in motivating and re-energising information professionals: the UK and New Zealand experiences’ JUDITH BROADY-PRESTON (Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom) and AMANDA COSSHAM (The Open Polytechnic, Wellington, New Zealand)

‘What motivates LIS professionals in the institutions of higher learning: a case of Pakistan’ NOSHEEN FATIMA WARRAICH and KANWAL AMEEN (University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan)

‘Bringing out the best of everyone: a systematic approach to the workplace coaching and learning at the Kuopio University Library, Finland’, JARMO SAARTI and ARJA JUNTUNEN (University of Eastern Finland Library, Kuopio, Finland)

‘Personnel development programmes at the National Library of the Netherlands (KB)’ ELS VAN EIJCK VAN HESLINGA and DICK LANGBROEK (Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB), National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague, Netherlands). 

Please join us and be prepared to present goals and experiences of your library!  

Regards 

Eileen Breen

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