Molly Montgomery published Librarian- Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine in Jobs Board 2018-04-24 13:58:08 -0600
As part of the ICOM Library team, the Librarian will primarily be responsible for ensuring access to print and digital collections through electronic resource management, cataloging, and interlibrary loan. The Librarian will aid in library planning, budgeting, and staffing decisions and will represent the library in the absence of the Director of Library Services. The Librarian will also be expected to provide reference services and instruction to students and faculty.
Typical responsibilities include:
- Manage and troubleshoot the library’s electronic resources, including e-books, e-journals, and databases
- Create tools to aid patrons in the discovery and usage of library resources
- Perform original and copy cataloging of all formats of library materials
- Collect and analyze resource usage statistics
- Instruct patrons in locating, using, and evaluating medical information resources
- A team player who values collaboration, mutual support, and team cohesion
- MLS, MLIS, or equivalent from an ALA-accredited institution
- Experience with library access services (cataloging, circulation, electronic resource management, discovery software)
- Experience working with interlibrary loan services (DOCLINE, ILLiad, WorldShare, etc.)
- Exceptional customer service skills
- Experience in an academic and/or health sciences library environment preferred
- Working knowledge of medical information resources (PubMed, Cochrane, etc.) preferred
- Experience with Springshare products helpful
Application available here: https://idaho-college-of-osteopathic-medicine.workable.com/j/95FCDA8CE4
Contact Molly Montgomery with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of 20 librarians, library staff, library students and others gathered at the Idaho State University Library in Meridian for the 1st ACRL Idaho unconference on Friday, July 14th. Topics discussed ranged from the usability of finding tools like LibGuides to ways the library can promote the care of the whole student to different types of literacy to open educational resources.
Participants were given a tour of the Treasure Valley Anatomy & Physiology Laboratories which included demonstrations of the virtual lab and a walkthrough of the cadaver lab.
It was a lot of fun to be able to take time away from the day to day work schedule to discuss and reflect upon issues relevant to academic libraries. I'm looking forward to the next unconference!
Molly Montgomery, ACRL Idaho Chair
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