Conferences 2008

Women, Information and Libraries Discussion
Group

Putting women on the agenda: Empowering women
professionals to lead in the information society

  • Modelling
    transcultural leadership: lifting as we climb

    BARBARA FORD (University of Illinois at
    Urbana-Champaign,
    Urbana, USA)

  • New
    connections and
    partnerships: seeking and finding collaborations

    LORIENE ROY (The University of Texas at Austin,
    Austin,
    Texas)

  • Developing
    your
    leadership potential: some current opportunities

    MICHELE M. REID (North Dakota State University,
    Fargo,
    US)

  • Les qualités de chef comme collaborateur:
    comment un
    bibliothecaire peut marcher en tete au milieu d'un
    organisation; le pouvoir de la direction distribuée
    LESLEY FARMER (California State University, Long
    Beach,
    USA)

  • What makes a good mentor / mentee: launching
    the Big
    Sister-Little Sister Mentorship Scheme
    VERONDA J. PITCHFORD (Urban Libraries Council,
    Chicago,
    USA) and LIZ LEWIS (BBC Information & Archives,
    London,
    UK)

  • Qu’est ce qui fait un bon mentor / mentoré:
    lancement due Project Big Sister-Little Sister
    RÉGINE HORINSTEIN (Corporation des bibliothécaires
    rofessionals du Québec, Montréal, Canada) and
    SUZANNE
    PAYETTE (Bibliothèque municipale de Brossard,
    Brossard,
    Canada)

  • What
    makes a good
    mentor / mentee: Launching the Big Sister / Little
    Sister
    Mentorship Scheme

    MARIA COTERA (University College London, London,
    UK), LOIDA
    GARCIA-FEBO (Queens Public Library, New York, USA),
    RÉGINE
    HORINSTEIN (Corporation des bibliothécaires
    professionals
    du Québec, Montréal, Canada), LIZ LEWIS (BBC,
    London, UK),
    SUZANNE PAYETTE (Bibliothèque municipale de
    Brossard,
    Brossard Canada) and VERONDA J. PITCHFORD (Urban
    Libraries
    Council, Chicago, USA)

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  • Mentoring the mentors
    LORI DRISCOLL (University of Florida Smathers
    Libraries,
    Gainesville, USA)

Women, Information and Libraries

Last update: 5 October 2012