State budget cuts threaten to isolate library collections
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Amazon launches free Kindle software for PC
Daily Finance

 

NPR Unveils New Book Series at American Publishers Seminar
Author Link.com

 

New York flunks GED: HS equivalency exam pass rate is shameful last in nation
New York Daily News

 

12 charged after library books worth $87K stolen
Associated Press

 

Google and Authors Win Extension for Book Settlement
The New York Times

 

A New Look for the Public Library’s Lion Logo
The New York Times

 

Saturday Is National Gaming Day at the Nation’s Public Libraries
The New York Times

 

A Win for the Stacks
Inside Higher Ed

 

Falls library to hire interim director after resignation
The Buffalo News

 

Setting times at Albany’s libraries
The Times Union

 

Punks torch school books
The New York Post

Music Cataloger/Reference Librarian

University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14260

Posted November 13, 2009

 
Job Description
As a faculty member, the incumbent performs and supervises original and complex copy cataloging of music in all formats (scores, sound recordings, videos, computer files) utilizing the international bibliographic utility OCLC and Ex Libris Aleph. He or she provides reference service to Music Library patrons and works to develop instructional and promotional materials relating to music resources
 
Qualifications
A Master’s degree in library and information science from an ALA-accredited program as well as a Master’s degree in music or equivalent knowledge of music literature and music reference sources is required.  Must have at least three (3) years of demonstrated experience in original and copy cataloging of music in all formats (scores, sound recordings, videos, computer files) using AACR2, LCSH, and OCLC in an integrated library system.  A working knowledge of at least one foreign language, preferably German, Italian, or French is required.  Evidence of professional scholarly interest and potential, sufficient to meet the University Libraries’ promotion and tenure requirements, is essential.  Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with patrons and staff at all levels is required.  The incumbent must have excellent writing and oral communication skills.
 
Salary
$48,000 – $50,000
 
App Due
December 2, 2009
 
Submit-To
Applicants MUST apply through the UBJobs system in order to be considered. The posting number is 0900443. Go to www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu to submit your application and provide your CV, a cover letter and references.
 
Preferred Submission Method: Mail

PT Teen Librarian

 
 
Job Description
 
The position requires an energetic individual who likes teens.  He/she would need to help the 11-15 year olds who come to the library daily make the best use of their time in the library.  The librarian will also do collection development and program planning as well as visit the school and plan exciting summer reading games.  Hours would be Monday and Wednesday from 3:30- 8:30, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30- 5:30.
 
Qualifications
MLS or Library School Student who have experience working with teens.
 
Salary
$20 per hour
 
App Due
August T 7, 2009
 
Submit-To
Tuckahoe Public Library C/O Debra Coppola 71 Columbus Avenue, Tuckahoe, NY 10707.
DCOPPOLA@WLSMAIL.ORG
  
Preferred Submission Method: Email
Tuckahoe Public Library
Tuckahoe, NY 10707

Posted July 21, 2009

For more information, visit NYLA’s Jobline!

Director
Rose Memorial Library
Stony Point, NY 10980
Posted July 14, 2009

 
Job Description
The Rose Memorial Library, Stony Point, NY, seeks experienced and motivated library administrator to serve as Director to manage all aspects of public library. Full-time [35 hours/week]. Some evening and weekend hours. Reports to 7-member Board of Trustees.
 
Qualifications
Required: MLS, min. 3 yrs. public library management experience; supervisory and budgetary experience. Library director experience preferred.
 
Salary
Competitive salary offered.
 
App Due
9/01/09
 
Submit-To
Email cover letter and resume to Mary Curran, Board of Trustees, stp@rcls.org.
 
Preferred Submission Method: Email

Executive Director
Lancaster Public Library
Lancaster, PA 64111

Posted July 7, 2009
 
Job Description
Lancaster Public Library…Now More Than Ever!  The Board of Trustees of the Lancaster Public Library seeks a creative and energetic leader as its next Executive Director—one capable of forging a collective vision for the Library’s future and effectively moving the organization toward it. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop services and programs that actively position and promote the Library throughout the community–and explore new opportunities to both enhance services and attract additional support.  Lancaster Public Library consists of the Duke Street (main) Central Resource Library and branches in Leola and Mountville.  With a current budget approaching $2.4 million and a staff of 45 (35.35 FTEs), the Library provides direct service to the 187,788 residents of its service area while also functioning as the District Center for the entire county (490,562 residents) and providing interlibrary loan and reference service to the other fourteen independent libraries in
the County.   Lancaster is a small city with a diverse community with a variety of
cultural lifestyles. Within the city, welcoming neighborhoods and historic preservation thrive side by side with a cutting-edge arts scene. The region is an eclectic blend of urban and rural with strong farming, manufacturing and tourism industries and offers an array of educational and cultural amenities. Located in south-central Pennsylvania, Lancaster is within driving distance of major metropolitan hubs and attractions.
       
Qualifications
Qualifications include: an MLS from an ALA accredited program and a minimum of five years of increasingly responsible administrative library experience; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; and the ability to build effective relationships with individuals and groups to support library programs and services.  Demonstrated experience with a governing board and proven success in financial development and fund raising is highly desirable.  The complete job description and additional information on the Library and the Lancaster community can be found at: www.gossagesager.com/Lancasterlinks.htm.
 
Salary
$68,000-$82,000 DOQ
 
App Due
August 30, 2009
 
Submit-To
For further information, contact Dan or Jobeth Bradbury at Gossage Sager Associates.  Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and resume as Word attachments to DanBradbury@gossagesager.com or JobethBradbury@gossagesager.com by August 30, 2009.
 
Preferred Submission Method: Email

Library Director
 
  
Job Description
The Board of Library Trustees of the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System—serving 841,315 suburban Maryland residents immediately north, east and south of the nation’s capital—seeks an experienced and energetic library leader as its next director.  The System serves an increasingly diverse population—epitomizing the changing face of America—through 18 branches and an active outreach program.  With a dedicated staff of 346 FTEs, a collection of 1.9 million items and a $25.7 million annual budget, the Board seeks an experienced library executive capable of transforming the System into a model of innovative library programs serving the needs of County residents.  
 
Responsibilities. The Director of the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System reports to a seven-member Board of Trustees and has overall responsibility for developing and maintaining an effective program of library services for the County.  Overall responsibilities include: developing, monitoring, and implementing a strategic planning process resulting in a shared vision for the Library; proposing recommendations and implementing Board policies and effective operating procedures; developing and maintaining effective internal and external communications; providing sound fiscal management while strengthening current funding sources and seeking additional revenue sources; organizing and administering the System’s resources to carry out its strategic goals; and representing the Library on a variety of county, state and national committees and projects. 
 
Additional information on the Library and area can be found at www.gossagesager.com/pgcmlslinks.htm.   
 
Qualifications
Minimum Qualifications. A master’s degree in library science from an ALA accredited program and a minimum of seven years of progressively responsible public library experience with at least five years of executive level experience in an urban or suburban library.

Essential attributes include: vision and creativity; skill in leading a diverse team of talented professionals to achieve high standards in setting and meeting established goals; political acumen; thorough knowledge of budgeting and financial management; collaboration and consensus-building skills; and a solid understanding of philosophy, trends and “best practices” in the library and information technology fields.  Proven experience reporting to a policy-making board, collaborating with county or municipal officials and working in a union environment is highly desirable. 

 
Salary
$135,000-165,000
 
App Due
August 30, 2009
 
Submit-To
To Apply Or Obtain Further Information.  Prince George’s County Memorial Library System Board of Library Trustees requests all inquiries, nominations and applications be forwarded to the library executive search firm of Gossage Sager Associates.  For additional information or to apply send a cover letter and current resume via e-mail to danbradbury@gossagesager.com. This position closes August 30, 2009.      
 
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY MEMORIAL LIBRARY – AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
 
Preferred Submission Method: Email
Prince George’s County Memorial Library
Hyattsville, MD 64111

Posted July 2, 2009

News Items

ALBANY : Book festival to celebrate state’s notable writers
Daily Gazette
Public Library’s Online Catalog Causes Delays in Troubled Debut
The New York Times

Rediscovering Henry Hudson
CBS.com

Library hosts event as part of summer reading program
The Observer Today
Yonkers Public Library’s Riverfront branch opens new art gallery
LoHud.com
District, library, town may share new building
Poughkeepsie Journal

Libraries find boom time
Record Online.com
Sale of Former Donnell Library Is Back on Track
The New York Times
Library of Congress puts historic U.S. newspapers online to see how media covered history as it was made
Star Telegram

 

NY Historical Society Library Lets Lincoln Speak
The Epoch Times
What they should read on summer vacation
Riverhead News-Review
FASD Awareness Day 2009 and new FASD posters available
www.oasas.state.ny.us/fasd
 Get Your Budget Passed or Build a New Building
With a 90% success rate, Communication Services is ready to help get your budget or building referendum passed while organizing a base of community support that will last into the future. Our innovative marketing campaigns then segue directly into a well managed vote campaign that gets results. View recent case studies where we won big for our library clients: Saugerties Public Library, Grinnell Library, Finkelstein Library, Jervis Public Library.
 
If you’re just looking to rebrand your library, Communication Services has packages that include focus groups, branding report and identity materials. Or perhaps, you need a new website? We’ve developed two great library website packages that are build in a content management system that enables you to update without worrying about “breaking the website.”
 
For a FREE half hour phone consultation, call Libby Post, President/CEO at 518/438-2826 or email, lpost@commservices.net

Library Grant Opportunities
For details about these grants, Please Click Here.
New!

  • NEH Interpreting America’s Historic Places Grants
  • NEH Historical and Cultural Organizations Grants
  • Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA) and solicitation of applications.

News Items

Library celebrates 4 millionth visitor
pressconnects.com

Building better world a book at a time
CNN.com

Three New York Schools Win ISTE Media Specialist Technology Innovation Award
School Library Journal

East Hampton Library hopes stymied again
27 east.com

Gaming for Change
School Library Journal

Literacy nonprofits merge
The Business Review

New York Public Library Announces Five-month Long Festival Featuring a Wide Range of Performances
artdaily.org

David A. Howe Library terrace to open this fall
Wellsville Daily.com

FASD Awareness Day 2009 and new FASD posters available
www.oasas.state.ny.us/fasd

If your library has a press release/story with link, send it to us at marketing@nyla.org for inclusion in the next News You Can Use. Please include NYCU in the subject. 

2009 NYLA Annual Conference, Niagara Falls, NY 
 Join us for the 2009 NYLA Annual Conference
Libraries: Peace, Love & Freedom
October 14 – 17, 2009
Conference Center Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, NY

The NYLA Annual Conference Early Bird Registration Deadline is rapidly approaching! 

 There are only 19 days left for you to register for the Annual Conference at the reduced rate. Waiting until after July 21 will vastly increase the cost of attending.
 
This year’s conference features over 90 educational workshops with topics ranging from Emerging Technology Trends to Creating a Community of Libraries. Don’t miss this chance to stay on the cutting edge of your field. Can’t remember where you put your conference catalog?  Just click http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1705 for all the details.
 
Featured authors & guests include:
Keynote speaker, Dean of the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis University Library, David W. Lewis
PLS Author! Author! speaker, Carol Goodman
Vitality Fund Event speakers, Bill Barnes & Gene Ambaum from Unshelved
LAMS Luncheon speaker, Liza Giruzzi
RASS Noted Author Luncheon speaker, Lawrence Hill
Empire State Award winner, Linda Sue Park
and Farewell Luncheon speaker, Joyce Carol Oates

Interesting in sharing a ride or a room at this year’s conference? Check out NYLA’s Ride & Room Share listing at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1386

Traveling to Niagara Falls?
Excited about this year’s NYLA conference, but unsure of how you’re going to get to Niagara Falls? NYLA has negotiated discounted rates for both JetBlue and Amtrak! Plus, NYLA is offering shuttle service from the Buffalo International Airport to Niagara Falls on Wednesday, October 14 & Thursday, October 15 and from Niagara Falls, NY to the Buffalo International Airport on Saturday, October 17. Use of the NYLA Airport shuttle will cost $5 each trip. Interested in using the NYLA Shuttle? Please send your travel itinerary to Johanna at events@nyla.org to reserve your spot.
 
Are you looking to carpool or share a room with someone at this year’s conference? Check out NYLA’s Conference Ride & Room Sharing listing on the web at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1386 . Carpooling is a great way to share the costs of traveling while providing you with an excellent opportunity to network and socialize with fellow NYLA members.
 
Complete travel information for this year’s conference is located on the web at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1737.  

Special Conference Book pre-order for Joyce Carol Oates!
Spend more time in sessions and less time in line by pre-ordering your books. NYLA is offering a special 15% discount off the publisher’s price. Your books will be ready and waiting for you at the NYLA Conference. Don’t wait! This offer is only good until September 1, 2009. Please visit http://www.nyla.org/content/user_1/AC09_Oates-preorder.pdf to download the order form.

2009 Poster Sessions & 3rd Annual Diversity Fair
Special thanks to all those that submitted proposals for the 2009 Poster Sessions & the 3rd Annual Diversity Fair. Accepted proposals can be viewed on the web at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1180. Poster Session & Diversity Fair displays offer an opportunity to gather vast amounts of information on diverse topics in a short period of time. Presenters will be on hand to discuss their projects and answer your questions. Don’t forget to register for the conference at the Early Bird rate!


NYLA NEWS

2009 NYLA AUCTION     
NYLA will be holding a Fundraising Auction on its website during September 2009 


We are continuing to accept high quality crafts: Quilts, needlework, jewelry, woodwork, painting, and decoupage to be auctioned. In addition, you may donate autographed books and new books, unpacked holiday gifts, gift certificates for stores and resturants, or any other item you feel would be a good fit for the Auction.
 
All remaining items will be sold at the Annual Conference Fundraising Store in Niagara Falls, October 14-17, 2009.
 
All proceeds will benefit the NYLA programs and funds.
All donations are tax deductable.
 
Donations for the auction due: August 19, 2009
Donations for the Fundraising store due: September 30, 2009

Special thanks to those who have already donated and are making plans to do so.  Your support is greatly appreciated!  
Please contact Galina at 1/800-252-6952 x 103 or at finance@nyla.org to see if your items will be a good match for our auction.

2009 Membership Drive 
Spring into action and YOU could WIN a FREE 2009 NYLA Conference Registration!  

Calling all members! Encourage a new person to join NYLA and you and your new recruit have the chance to win a free 2009 NYLA Annual Conference registration. 
Visit http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1002 for details.
NYLA Advocacy Information
NYLA has produced an advocacy radio ad to promote the passage of library budgets.
Please contact Michael Borges at director@nyla.org if you would like to use the radio spot in your area.

Online Career Center
NYLA provides one-stop shopping for information about library careers, internships, jobs, mentors, scholarships, library and information science schools, etc.
Organizational members can list job openings on our JOBline for free for 30 days, non-members pay $45. Internship listings are also free and we welcome members to serve as mentors or contribute information on scholarships or other information that would add content and relevant information to the site.  Visit www.nyla.org and click Online Career Center. 

 

NEW! 

Job Posting of the Week:

Cataloguing Technician
Coutts Information Services
Niagara Falls, NY 37064
For more, please CLICK HERE!

New!  Internship Postings!

CLICK HERE

News Items

Compromise emerges on plans for library
Buffalo News

New Penfield Library chief to assume duties
Democrat and Chronicle.com

Design unveiled for new Mendon library
Democrat and Chronicle.com

Institutions Try to Slow Bill to Curb Sales of Art
New York Times

A Literary Legend Fights for a Local Library
New York Times

Reassigned school librarians get attention beyond Bellevue
Seattle Times.com

Report Calls Online Threats to Children Overblown
New York Times

John Jermain Library: Restoration Dominated by Repairs
Sagharbor Express

Kosmix tries new twist on search to avoid Google’s dominance
Mercury News.com

Seymour Library patrons can chat online with librarians
Auburnpub.com

New York Public Library Successfully Fights City Budget Cuts With Online Campaign
Philanthropy.com

If your library has a press release/story with link, send it to us at marketing@nyla.org for inclusion in the next News You Can Use. Please include NYCU in the subject. 

 
 
 
2009 NYLA Annual Conference, Niagara Falls, NY 

The NYLA Annual Conference Early Bird Registration Deadline is rapidly approaching! 
There are only 25 days left for you to register for the Annual Conference at the reduced rate. Waiting until after July 21 will vastly increase the cost of attending.
 
This year’s conference features over 90 educational workshops with topics ranging from Emerging Technology Trends to Creating a Community of Libraries. Don’t miss this chance to stay on the cutting edge of your field. Can’t remember where you put your conference catalog?  Just click http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1705 for all the details.
 
Featured authors & guests include:
Keynote speaker, Dean of the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis University Library, David W. Lewis
PLS Author! Author! speaker, Carol Goodman
Vitality Fund Event speakers, Bill Barnes & Gene Ambaum from Unshelved
LAMS Luncheon speaker, Liza Giruzzi
RASS Noted Author Luncheon speaker, Lawrence Hill
Empire State Award winner, Linda Sue Park
and Farewell Luncheon speaker, Joyce Carol Oates
 
Interesting in sharing a ride or a room at this year’s conference? Check out NYLA’s Ride & Room Share listing at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1386  

Traveling to Niagara Falls? 

Excited about this year’s NYLA conference, but unsure of how you’re going to get to Niagara Falls? NYLA has negotiated discounted rates for both JetBlue and Amtrak! Plus, NYLA is offering shuttle service from the Buffalo International Airport to Niagara Falls on Wednesday, October 14 & Thursday, October 15 and from Niagara Falls, NY to the Buffalo International Airport on Saturday, October 17. Use of the NYLA Airport shuttle will cost $5 each trip. Interested in using the NYLA Shuttle? Please send your travel itinerary to Johanna at events@nyla.org to reserve your spot.
 
Are you looking to carpool or share a room with someone at this year’s conference? Check out NYLA’s Conference Ride & Room Sharing listing on the web at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1386 . Carpooling is a great way to share the costs of traveling while providing you with an excellent opportunity to network and socialize with fellow NYLA members.
 
Complete travel information for this year’s conference is located on the web at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1737.  

 

Save the Date for Summer/ Fall 2009 CE Workshops
Web 2.0 for Librarians: Using Today’s Technology
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=141  
Friday, July 24, 2009
Cold Spring Harbor, NY
 
Books for Dessert: How to Develop a Community-Based Adult Literacy Program
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Holbrook, NY

 

Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Westchester, NY
 
Selecting Not to Censor – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Open Source & People-centered: it’s SOPAC 2.0 – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Quality Customer Service in the Library Business: Strategies to Stay Effective During the Ups and Downs of Customer Service – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
An Introduction to Preservation for Libraries and Archives – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Campaign Training – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Feeling Like a Kid through Children’s Books – NYLA Pre-Conference CE
More information available at http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1764
Wednesday, October 14
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Recruiting & Managing your Volunteers
Monday, November 2, 2009
Capital District

 

 NYLA News

2009 NYLA Election
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 The 2009 NYLA Council Election process will elect a Vice-President/President Elect, who will serve as Vice President in 2010 and President in 2011.

For complete details including statements and resumes for each of the candidates, go to the 2009 NYLA Council Election Webpage: http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1745.
Your participation helps to shape the organization that serves as the voice of the library community in New York State.

 2009 NYLA Council Candidates
President-Elect/Vice President
Sally Daniels, Cicero-North Syracuse High School
Marcia Eggleston, Norwood-Norfolk Central School
 
Councilor-at-Large 2010 – 2012 (Academic / Special Libraries)
Mary Donohue, Fulton-Montgomery Community College
John Myers, Union College
 
Councilor-at-Large 2010 – 2012 (Public Libraries)
Tom Bindeman, Nioga Library System
Beverly Federspiel, City of Tonawanda Public Library (B&ECPL)

NYLA Seeking Instructors for Library Assistant Training Program at Genesee County Community College in Fall
 
The New York Library Association is recruiting instructors for our Library Assistant Training Program at Genesee County Community College in Batavia during the week of September 21-26th.  The Library Assistant Training Program comprises four courses:
 
1) Introduction to Libraries,  2) Public/Circulation Services , 2) Reference and  4) Technical Services.  The courses are offered during one week in the evenings and on Saturday.  Visit http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1469 to see course descriptions.  Instructors will be paid $100 per instructional hour for the courses (i.e. if course is 3 hours, then instructor is paid $300).   The courses are targeted to newly hired library support staff or those who want to work in libraries (all types).    NYLA has offered the program for the past four years at Schenectady County Community College and last year at Ulster County Community College.
 
Please send your resume by July 10th if you are interested in being an instructor to: 

 

Michael J. Borges
Executive Director
New York Library Association
6021 State Farm Road
Guilderland, New York 12084
(518) 432-6952, ext. 101
(518) 427-1697 Fax
director@nyla.org

 

 

Calling All Authors! 
You are invited to participate in the New York Library Association’s third Author Garden at the Annual Trade Show and Conference. 
The Author Garden will be featured as part of the Trade Show at the Conference Center Niagara Falls in Niagara Falls, NY.

Click here for more information or email marketing@nyla.org.

Is there an author you’d like to see at the Author Garden?  Please email marketing@nyla.org with their contact information.

Author Garden Hours:
Thursday, October 15th
12:00 PM- 6:00 PM

 
2009 NYLA AUCTION     
NYLA will be holding a Fundraising Auction on its website during September 2009
We are now accepting high quality crafts: Quilts, needlework, jewelry, woodwork, painting, and decoupage to be auctioned. In addition, you may donate autographed books, unpacked holiday gifts or any other item you feel would be a good fit for the Auction.
 
All remaining items will be sold at the Annual Conference Fundraising Store in Niagara Falls, October 14-17, 2009.
 
All proceeds will benefit the NYLA programs and funds.
All donations are tax deductable.
 
Donations for the auction due: August 19, 2009
Donations for the Fundraising store due: September 30, 2009
 
Please contact Galina at 1/800-252-6952 x 103 or at finance@nyla.org to see if your items will be a good match for our auction.
 

  

2009 Membership Drive 
Spring into action and YOU could WIN a FREE 2009 NYLA Conference Registration!  

Calling all members! Encourage a new person to join NYLA and you and your new recruit have the chance to win a free 2009 NYLA Annual Conference registration. 
Visit http://www.nyla.org/index.php?page_id=1002 for details.
NYLA Advocacy Information
NYLA has produced an advocacy radio ad to promote the passage of library budgets.
Please contact Michael Borges at director@nyla.org if you would like to use the radio spot in your area.

Online Career Center
NYLA provides one-stop shopping for information about library careers, internships, jobs, mentors, scholarships, library and information science schools, etc.
Organizational members can list job openings on our JOBline for free for 30 days, non-members pay $45. Internship listings are also free and we welcome members to serve as mentors or contribute information on scholarships or other information that would add content and relevant information to the site.  Visit www.nyla.org and click Online Career Center. 

 

NEW!  

Job Posting of the Week:

Cataloguing Technician
Coutts Information Services
Niagara Falls, NY 37064

For more, please CLICK HERE!

 

New!  Internship Postings! 

CLICK HERE

 

Join us for the 2009 NYLA Annual Conference
Libraries: Peace, Love & Freedom
October 14 – 17, 2009
Conference Center Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, NY

 

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