SULAIR Job Opportunities - February 14, 2012

SULAIR has the following new positions this week:

Lead/Senior Quality Assurance Engineer, HighWire Press (#46496)

SULAIR Job Opportunities - February 7, 2012

SULAIR has the following new positions this week:

Assistant Librarian, LOCKSS Program, Stanford University Libraries (#46309)

Change to the Petty Cash Transaction Limit

Stanford University's Office of the Treasurer has decreased the petty cash transaction limit to $100 (previously $150). All reimbursements over the $100 limit must now be processed through iOU.

Please keep in mind that the preferred purchase methods are Oracle/iOU and Pcard. While the amount has changed, other items remain the same. Shalien Izzi, in the Director’s Office, will continue to distribute petty cash on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Thank you!

Game On! Active Learning Techniques for Library Instruction with Felicia Smith and Joseph Makokha - Ref Forum

Ref Forum
February 15, 2012, 2:00 - 3:00 pm in *Cubberley*

Felicia taught Pirate-themed library instruction classes, dressed in a full Pirate costume, as part of her Informational-Treasure Scavenger Hunt concept. Felicia will demonstrate some of her students’ favorite active learning exercises, which were published in her scholarly articles “Pirate-Teacher” and “Games for Teaching Information Literacy Skills” as well as in her first book, Cybrarian Extraordinaire: Compelling Information Literacy Instruction. Her presentation will end with her RefWorks YouTube video, which has gone viral internationally.

Joseph taught middle and high school students, incorporating interactive activities, as well as led undergraduates in Nairobi University to design, build, and perfect a robot (Fadhili) for emergency food delivery in an unnamed war-torn territory. He has also designed interactive interfaces for eBay and launched his own startup (Yourworld Interactive LLC).

SULAIR Job Opportunities - January 31, 2012

SULAIR has the following new positions this week:

Ordering Specialist, Acquisitions Department, Stanford University Libraries (#46310)

SULAIR Job Opportunities - January 25, 2012

SULAIR has the following new position:

Senior Project Manager, Project Management Office, HighWire Press (#46217 )

Invitation to Attend a Talk by K.W. Lee, Journalist and Activist

KWLee_sml.jpgWhat: A Conversation on the Media and Race Relations with K.W. Lee, Journalist and Activist
When: Wednesday, February 1, 4:00-6:00p.m. Reception to follow talk and Q & A
Where: Bender Room, 5th Floor, Bing Wing, Green Library

Include: Kindly forward this invitation to all who might be interested.

On Wednesday, February 1, 2012, at 4:00 p.m., the Stanford Libraries, in conjunction with Asian-American Studies, the Bill Lane Center for the American West and the Center for East-Asian Studies, will host a talk by K.W. Lee, journalist and activist titled "A Conversation on the Media and Race Relations with K.W. Lee, Journalist and Activist."

January Chalk Talk: An Elephant in the Library - Thursday, January 26

Who: SULAIR and Coordinate Library Staff
When: Thursday, January 26, 2012, 2:30 - 4 PM
Where: Green Library, IC Classroom


Just over a year ago, the Stanford University Libraries joined HathiTrust, a shared digital repository that has grown to about 10 million digitized volumes from libraries around the United States. Since then, SULAIR has sent representatives to its Constitutional Convention, made use of substantial specialized research corpora, and contributed expertise to a closely-related effort known as the HathiTrust Research Center.

SULAIR Job Opportunities - January 17, 2012

Project Information Literacy Kicks Off Ref Forum Series in 2012

What is it like to be a college student in the digital age?
Join your colleagues as we listen to Allison Head "present a working typology of the undergraduate information-seeking process." See Berkman Center for Internet & Society for a full description of the project.

Stay after the webcast to share your comments.

Wednesday, January 18, 2:00 - 3:30 pm* in the IC Classroom

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