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Academic Libraries - The Institutional Context: Part II - How Universities Work: Everything You Should Know About Your Future Employer

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Title: Academic Libraries - The Institutional Context: Part II - How Universities Work: Everything You Should Know About Your Future Employer
Author: Gillies, Scott
Abstract: New academic librarians are often not fully cognizant of how their parent institutions operate. This session will assist new librarians to better understand the complexities of publicly funded universities in Ontario, specifically as it pertains to librarians’ circumstances. Topics covered include: governance and funding, budgets, unions and faculty associations, hiring committees, academic status and those ‘other’ parts of the job (Scholarship and Service).
Description: Presentation given at the 2014 OLA Super Conference
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/7849
Date: 2014-02-05
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