Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Chief Librarian and Archivist

The Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños/Center for Puerto Rican Studies is a university-based research institute, housed at Hunter College, whose mission consists of two components. One is to collect, preserve and provide access to archival and library resources documenting the history and culture of Puerto Ricans. The other is to produce, facilitate, and disseminate interdisciplinary research about the diasporic experience of Puerto Ricans and to link this scholarly inquiry to social action and policy debates.

The Centro Library and Archives is responsible for comprehensively collecting, organizing, maintaining and making available primary and secondary sources on the Puerto Rican experience. The Library and Archives shares and supports Centro’s overall mission. The Library collects in all areas of Puerto Rican Studies and in all formats. It is particularly strong in the area of migration and the diasporic experience. The library also acquires materials related to other Latinos in the United States. The Archives’ strengths are principally in the area of social history, but holds important collections that highlight culture and the arts.

The Chief Librarian and Archivist reports to the Center Director. In addition to the CUNY Title overview, the Chief Librarian and Archivist for the Centro Library and Archives has the responsibilities of but not limited to :

  • Overall Management of the Centro Library and Archives
  • Overseeing delivery of services by full and part time staff, student assistants and consultants
  • Hiring, supervising and encouraging professional staff development
  • Preparing budget requests, writing grants and identifying external resources to complement the Centro Library and Archives’ operational budget
  • Promoting library resource development (identifying resources, purchasing and requesting donations of books and reference materials)
  • Developing Archives collections (identifying collections, pursuing donations and/or acquisition of collections), negotiating archival collections donations and pursuing relations with potential donors.
  • Assessing staff, services, facilities, collection conditions, use of digital technologies and programs for the delivery of library and archives information services on short and long term basis
  • Fundraising, lobbying potential donors and serving as the fiscal manager of grants and special allocations assigned to the Library and Archives
  • Outreaching to patrons and developing public relations activities (e.g. Gallery events, lectures and panels) of the Library and Archives
  • Leading the Centro Library and Archives in fostering relationships with Hunter Library, College administration and CUNY-wide programs
  • Speaking on behalf of the Centro Library and Archives in public forums and presentations
  • Providing leadership and advice to state and national leaders in the field of Puerto Rican/Latino Studies and library and archives research centers
  • Working with diverse population composed of students, academics, community and donors, and assure accessibility of resources and services to all
  • In addition, s/he is a member of the Centro Coordinating Committee (staff advisory group to the Centro Director)

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree and eight years’ related experience required.

The preferred candidate will have:

  • MLS and/or MA from accredited school preferred;
  • Training in Library and/or Archives but with knowledge and interest in both areas.
  • S/he must demonstrate a profound interdisciplinary understanding of the Puerto Rican experience; a broad knowledge of U.S. based Puerto Rican communities and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies.
  • Eight years or more of relevant experience, including Library /Archives.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • Fully conversant with library/archives technology.
  • Fundraising and grant management experience preferred.
  • Fully bilingual in Spanish and English.

CUNY TITLE OVERVIEW

Directs a specialized academic and/or research center.

  • Designs, implements and monitors curriculum for programs sponsored by the Center
  • Oversees the design and delivery of courses and workshops; assesses learning outcomes
  • Develops and manages Center’s budget and operations
  • Implements ongoing faculty and/or student development activities
  • Plans, develops, and initiates strategies for generating resources and/or revenues
  • May seek and acquire grant funding to further advance Center initiatives
  • Manages professional and clerical staff
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Job Title Name: Academic Center Director

CUNY TITLE

Higher Education Officer

FLSA

Exempt

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Salary commensurate with education and experience.

CUNY’s benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world.

HOW TO APPLY

Click on the “Apply Now” button and follow the application instructions. Please have your curriculum vitae/ resume and scholarly interest or cover letter with names and contact information of 3 references available to attach into the application before you begin. Please note that the required material must be uploaded as ONE document. The document must be in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or text format- and name of file should not exceed ten (10) characters. Incomplete application packages will not be considered.

CLOSING DATE

The committee will review complete applications on February 8, 2018. The search will continue until an appropriate candidate is found.

JOB SEARCH CATEGORY

CUNY Job Posting: Managerial/Professional

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer

ICYMI: March 2018

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Scholarly Communication Librarian – SUNY Albany

The University at Albany Libraries (State University of New York, Albany, NY) seek an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, creative librarian to serve as Scholarly Communication Librarian. This position reports to the Director of Scholarly Communication/Head, Dewey Graduate Library.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops and implements a program and policies to provide data management plan consultation services and coordinate data curation
  • Provides outreach to faculty and departments in collaboration with liaison/subject librarians; develops informational and training tools that can be used by these librarians
  • Builds and maintains informational websites/LibGuides
  • Develops and implements programs to increase awareness of scholarly communication topics and themes
  • Works in close collaboration and consultation with the Scholars Archive (institutional repository) administrator and the Copyright Librarian. Seeks to promote and expand holdings in the institutional repository
  • Manages and coordinates scholarly communication events and marketing activities
  • Participates as an active member of scholarly communication committees including the Digital Scholarship Team, and is an engaged participant in Dewey Graduate Library initiatives
  • Provides general reference services during assigned hours, including some evenings and weekends
  • Research, publication, and service to the Libraries, University, and profession are expected to satisfy criteria for continuing appointment (tenure) and promotion

Academic rank: Assistant Librarian or Senior Assistant Librarian (rank will be determined by the successful candidate’s qualifications)

For additional information, including qualification requirements and application instructions: https://albany.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=95323

Application deadline: April 15, 2018

The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA employer.

About the University at Albany:

Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany’s broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research, and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in nine schools and colleges across three campuses. Located in Albany, NY, New York State’s capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City, and the Adirondacks.

The University at Albany Libraries are a member of the Association of Research Libraries. Learn more about the UAlbany Libraries at library.albany.edu/.

Thank you for considering this opportunity.

Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Hanni Nabahe


How did you find out about the SALALM Scholarship?
I first heard about SALALM from Alda Allina Migoni, who had been a recipient of the scholarship. She encouraged me and gave me tips on the process.

Did you know about SALALM before you applied for the scholarship?
I had heard that another Knowledge River Scholar, George Apodaca, was involved in SALALM, which prompted me to look it up. But it was talking to Alda that really excited me about attending. The idea of spending time with other information professionals focused on Latin America was a huge draw.

Where did you earn your MLS/MLIS, what was your area of specialization, and when did you graduate?
I earned my MLIS in 2016 at the University of Arizona School of Information focused on Archives Studies and Digital Information Management.

What drew you to the field of librarianship/archival studies?
I had worked as a paraprofessional with my local public library for about 6 years when I decided to pursue an MLIS. At first I expected to remain a public librarian, but after having the chance to work as graduate assistant with Special Collections at the University of Arizona, I fell in love with archival studies. Aside from making it one of my concentrations (along with digital information management), I remained deeply involved in the field through a summer internship at UC San Diego, as SAA/Mosaic Fellow, and later when I obtained provisional certification from the ACA.

Do you have other graduate level degrees?
Inspired by an Association of Research Libraries leadership symposium, where participants from underrepresented backgrounds were encouraged to seek positions of management within libraries, I decided to pursue a full-time MBA program at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. I am currently completing my last semester and can’t wait to join an academic institution as librarian or archivist.

How did you become interested in Latin America/Iberia? Describe your language abilities and experiences studying and/or traveling in Latin America.
I was born and raised in Southern Mexico (Veracruz), immigrating to the U.S. near the end of high school. As a native Spanish speaker, it was easy (and the fulfillment of a life goal) to take on Portuguese during my undergrad studies, when I lived in housing designed to immerse students in their chosen foreign language. Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to travel to Chile and most recently to Ecuador, where I served as interpreter for a team bringing basic medical services to the indigenous people of the Amazonian region.

Have you worked with a Latin American/Iberian archival or library collection? In what capacity?
No, I have not had the chance yet, but would jump at the opportunity to do so!

When and where did you attend the annual SALALM conference?
I attended SALALM in May 2016, traveling to the University of Virginia while the rest of my cohort took part in our MLIS graduation ceremonies. I instantly felt at home at SALALM and have remained thankful for the chance to spend that week learning from such outstanding SALALMistas.

What was the most interesting or unexpected thing that you learned at the conference?
My favorite part was hearing Spanish, Portuguese, and English spoken equally throughout! I have never felt such sense of belonging as I did that week! I particularly appreciated the theme of “Nuestro Norte es el Sur” and the emphasis on learning from the work being performed by visiting librarians from Latin America. As the conference wrapped up, I knew I had found my people.

Did you attend any committee meetings?
Yes, I attended meetings in Finance, Constitution and Bylaws, and for Marginalized Peoples and Ideas, all areas I hope to become more involved with in the future.

Are you currently working? Where, and in what job?
Aside from attending business school full-time, I continue working as substitute librarian for my local public library system. The branch where I am based, one of the most diverse in the county, counts with a robust collection of Spanish materials for all ages and I cherish the opportunity to serve our Latinx and indigenous populations every week.

Was SALALM helpful in the development of you career? In what way?
It continues to shape my career aspirations, as I follow the paths other members are taking, and continue to be inspired by the work accomplished by the organization. SALALM both inspires and reassures me that I am in the right field.

Processing Archivist for Latin American Manuscripts Collections – Princeton University

Requisition #: D-18-LIB-00024
41014- Rare Books and Special Collections, Library

Position Summary

Princeton University Library seeks an energetic, collaborative, forward-thinking archival description professional to create, manage, and enhance data for Manuscripts Division collections. Personal papers of Latin American literary, cultural, and political figures will constitute the majority of the position’s workload, though work in other collection areas may be assigned. Primary duties include
processing and cataloging new acquisitions along with revising legacy finding aid data and catalog records as required by current practices and user needs. Management of audio-visual resources and digital assets is included in the position’s responsibilities. This position will supervise student workers. Archivists participate in committee work relating to policies, workflow, and system development and may contribute to digital humanities projects.

This position is available immediately.  Applications received within 1 month of posting are guaranteed consideration.

Princeton is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their commitment to the Library’s mission and vision, to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.

Essential Qualifications

  • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program, or equivalent combination of other advanced degree and professional-level experience in a research library or archival setting.
  • Fluent reading knowledge of Spanish, either in connection with modern or contemporary literature, or demonstrated application of the language in a library, archives, or other research setting.
  • Hands-on manuscripts processing experience with collections varying in size and scope.
  • Familiarity with current developments in processing procedures.
  • Application of standards for manuscript and archival description such as DACS, EAD, and MARC and facility with managing the resulting descriptive data.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team setting.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a dynamic environment and with a diverse group of staff and patrons.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with collection management tools such as Archivists’ Toolkit, Archon, ArchivesSpace, or similar system.
  • Knowledge of procedures for accessioning and describing born-digital materials and audiovisual media, and understanding of related preservation concerns.
  • Understanding of EAC-CPF. Processing experience with handwritten materials.
  • Proficiency with XSLT, XQuery or other such computing tools relevant to the management of archival descriptive data.
  • Experience with bibliographic MARC-format cataloging using RDA, AMREMM, or AACR2.
  • Knowledge of non-English languages that are significant to the position’s scope such as French or Portuguese.

The successful candidate will be appointed to an appropriate Librarian rank depending upon qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted only from the AHire website: https://puwebp.princeton.edu/AcadHire/position/6081 and must include a resume, cover letter, and a list of three references with full contact information. This position is subject to the University’s background check policy.

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Conference Registration, Scholarships, and Awards–Apply Now!


2018 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

MAY 1st …| 1 de mayo/maio …
Late registration | Inscripción tarde| Inscrição atrasada 2018 Conference: SALALM 63

SALALM Award for Institutional Collaborative Initiatives
For outstanding collaborative or partnership initiatives for projects involving institutions in Latin America, the Caribbean, or the Iberian Peninsula.
Para iniciativas sobresalientes de colaboración o asociación para proyectos que involucren instituciones en América Latina, el Caribe, o la Península Ibérica.
Para iniciativas de colaborações ou parcerias pendentes para projetos envolvendo instituições da América Latina, do Caribe, ou da Península Ibérica.

Dan C. Hazen SALALM Fellowship
For original scholarly research or professional development pertaining to Latin America, the Caribbean, or Iberia.
Para investigación académica original o desarrollo profesional perteneciente a América Latina, el Caribe, o Iberia.
Para pesquisa acadêmica original ou desenvolvimento profissional pertencente à América Latina, Caribe, ou Iberia.

José Toribio Medina Award
For outstanding contributions by SALALM members to Latin American Studies.
Para contribuciones sobresalientes de miembros de SALALM a Estudios Latinoamericanos.
Para contribuições extraordinárias dos membros da SALALM para estudos latino-americanos.

 

Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Lara Aase

When and where did you attend the annual SALALM conference?

Lara Aase with Xelena Gonzalez

The scholarship (thanks, SALALM!) covered my Charlottesville conference attendance in 2016, and my second conference was last year in Ann Arbor.

What was the most interesting or unexpected thing that you learned at the conference?

At Charlottesville, I was thrilled to meet a group of like-minded colleagues who were both professionally driven and simpaticxs (not an easy combination to find in academic circles!). At Ann Arbor, even people I hadn’t met before seemed like family.

How did you find out about the SALALM Scholarship?

At the beginning of my MLIS, I hunted down a professor with a great reputation as a mentor for prospective academic librarians and asked if she’d take me on. Her very first piece of advice was to join SALALM. Eventually I gathered my courage and the (minimal, student-rate) membership fee and joined, applying for the scholarship shortly after that.

Where did you earn your MLS/MLIS and what was your area of specialization?

I graduated from the iSchool at the University of Washington in 2016. The program didn’t have separate specialization tracks, but I knew early on that I wanted to focus on rare books and special collections. UW is strong in theory, research, and technology training, so I was lucky to be able to enhance my old-school rare book knowledge with new ideas about web access, user experience, and digital humanities.

What drew you to the field of librarianship/archival studies?

When I was in high school, I took a career inventory test that told me to be a librarian, but I didn’t listen until I’d been through two graduate programs in other fields and years of work as a freelance musician.

Despite having seven separate student jobs in university libraries, all along I thought I wanted to be a professor, because that’s what you do with a PhD. I started my doctoral program in Spanish Literature to work with paleography and old books, but somehow it didn’t occur to me until I was ABD that I was still hanging out in school because I liked libraries.

It took me another decade of library associate and technician jobs before I was ready to bite the bullet and get the MLIS. And then I discovered that I love finding information, organizing it, and getting it into the hands of people who need it. I used to think librarianship would be just a practical career choice, but now I’m continuously rediscovering that it’s a fascinating discipline.

How did you become interested in Latin America/Iberia?

My first non-English languages were French in high school and Italian in undergrad, and when I needed to add another language for my MA in Comp Lit I learned Spanish. One of my first courses was in medieval Spanish literature, which got me interested in paleography, which led to a job at the Spanish Colonial Research Center at UNM and later at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library in Toronto. Between graduate programs I lived in Costa Rica for a year. But I didn’t get past my “high affective filter” until I worked at a public library in Illinois doing Spanish-language programming.

Have you worked with a Latin American/Iberian archival or library collection? In what capacity?

My job at the Spanish Colonial Research Center involved indexing personal names, place names, and other subjects from 16th- and 17th-century New Mexican documents. At the University of Toronto I did Romance-language cataloging, mostly with Spanish materials, and at the Fisher Rare Book Library I dealt with acquisitions and descriptions of early published books in Portuguese as well as Spanish “hojas sueltas.” In Illinois I was the selector for Spanish and Latin American publications.

What is your current position?

I’m the solo librarian at the Center of Southwest Studies special collections library at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.

Was SALALM helpful in the development of your career? In what way?

Yes, both theoretically and practically. SALALM gave me something my MLIS program couldn’t: connection to academic librarians and library workers who speak a language other than English, who are concerned with library users not best served by mainstream collections, who have a vision beyond the U.S. SALALM is also an excellent network for hearing about job possibilities.

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Second Presidential Message – SALALM 63

I hope the New Year finds everyone reinvigorated and ready to submit proposals for our 63rd annual meeting, hosted by Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas at El Colegio de México in Mexico City, July 1-4, 2018. Please consult http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ and instructions below.

This excellent SALALM 63 postcard reflects the design genius of Victor Cid Carmona and Valentin Ortiz Reyes, two members of our COLMEX Local Arrangements Team. Thank you both for depicting the Plaza de Tres Culturas (a site), with visible but eclipsed architectural manifestations (sites) of historical conflicts with visual/textual prompts (cites on sites) to specific contests or clashes, including the Olympic Games of 1968 and the Massacre of Tlatelolco. I hope these links inspire thinking around the Conference Theme S/Cites, Texts, and Voices in Critical Librarianship: Decolonizing Libraries and Archives.

My professional training leads me to introduce a selection of references (cites) in hopes of facilitating discussion around different perspectives. Theoretical grounding in “third space” also makes me look for unlikely intersections. Thanks to all who have already submitted proposals sharing your experiences and perceptions of different sites and cites. I hope the instructions below will encourage more of you to propose panels, round tables, workshops, paper presentations, rodas vivas and pop ups that discuss how our processes of selection, commodification, organization, description and assistance (reference, teaching, scouting) influence research and teaching on Latin America, Iberia and the Caribbean.

Exploration of questions including, but not limited to the following, are welcomed:

  1. How can we use contested space to explore how we influence significance, perspective, and critical reflection in our professions?
  2. How do our descriptions of resources or events reinforce or challenge meanings?
  3. How might we address the inequalities of access to electronic platforms and misperceptions about their provision of global resources?
  4. How does a s/cite’s symbolism or repeated appearance (or lack thereof) promote or hinder “impact” in our professions?
  5. What roles do standards and professional benchmarks play in collection building, cataloging, and curricular development?
  6. How does our work promote or hinder information empowerment and global information equality?
  7. How might alternative library and archival practices or tools foster equitable access?
  8. How do current funding structures affect our successes and failures?
  9. How can we foster critical reflection in our profession?

Español:

Espero que el Año Nuevo nos encuentre revigorizados y listos para presentar propuestas para nuestra 63 ª reunión anual, organizada por la biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas del Colegio de México en la ciudad de México, 1-4 de julio de 2018. Por favor, consulte http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ y las instrucciones que se indican a continuación.

Esta excelente postal para SALALM 63 muestra el genio creativo de Víctor Cid Carmona y Valentín Ortiz Reyes, dos miembros del equipo local de arreglos en Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas del Colegio de México. Gracias a ambos por representar la Plaza de Tres Culturas en sombra, con manifestaciones arquitectónicas visibles pero eclipsadas (sitios) por conflictos históricos con avisos visuales/textuales (cites en sitios) a enfrentamientos específicos, incluyendo los Juegos Olímpicos de 1968 y la Masacre de Tlatelolco. Espero que estos enlaces inspiren ideas en torno al tema de la Conferencia S/CITES, textos y voces en la biblioteca crítica: Descolonizando bibliotecas y archivos.

Mi formación profesional me lleva a introducir una selección de referencias (s/cites) con la esperanza de suscitar discusiones en torno a diferentes perspectivas. Un fundamento teórico en el análisis del “tercer espacio” me lleva a buscar intersecciones poco probables. Gracias a todos los que ya han presentado propuestas cuyo lugar común son las experiencias y percepciones de diferentes sitios y cites. Espero que las siguientes instrucciones animen a muchos más a proponer paneles, mesas redondas, talleres, presentaciones en papel, rodas vivas y “pop ups” para discutir cómo nuestros procesos de selección, comercialización, organización, descripción, y asistencia intervienen en la difusión y entendimiento de la información sobre Latinoamérica, la Península Ibérica y el Caribe.

Exploraciones de preguntas como las siguientes serán bienvenidas:

  1. ¿Cómo podemos usar las intersecciones y espacios en disputa para explorar cómo influimos la significación, la perspectiva y la reflexión crítica en nuestras profesiones?
  2. ¿De qué modo las descripciones y representaciones que provienen del mundo de las bibliotecas y los archivos fortalecen o amenazan su valor trascendental?
  3. ¿Cómo podríamos abordar las desigualdades de acceso a las plataformas electrónicas y las percepciones erróneas sobre suministro de recursos globales?
  4. ¿Cómo promueve u obstaculiza el “impacto” en nuestras profesiones el simbolismo de un lugar o la apariencia repetida de una referencia (o la falta de ellos)?
  5. ¿Qué papeles juegan los estándares profesionales en la construcción de colecciones, catalogación y desarrollo curricular?
  6. ¿Cómo promovemos o dificultamos el empoderamiento de la información y la igualdad global de la información en nuestro trabajo?
  7. ¿Será posible fomentar el acceso equitativo con prácticas alternativas en nuestras bibliotecas y archivos?
  8. ¿Cómo nuestra dependencia económica, en las actuales estructuras de financiamiento, afectan nuestros éxitos y fracasos?
  9. ¿Cómo podemos fomentar la reflexión crítica en nuestra profesión?

Português:

Espero que o ano novo encontre todos revigorados e prontos para apresentar propostas para 63ª conferência anual que será realizada na Cidade do México, de1-4 de julho de 2018, e sediada na Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas do Colegio de México. Consulte http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ e veja as instruções abaixo.

Este postal SALALM 63 se propõe a refletir sobre os gênios Victor Cid Carmona e Valentín Ortiz Reyes, dois membros da nossa equipe COLMEX. Estando agradecida a ambos por retratarem a Plaza de Tres Culturas (site) com manifestações arquitetônicas visíveis, mas eclipsadas (sítios) de conflitos históricos com referências visuais/textuais (cites in sites) a litígios ou confrontos específicos, incluindo os Jogos Olímpicos de 1968 e o Massacre de Tlatelolco. Espero que esses endereços eletrônicos (cites e sites) inspirem o pensamento em torno do tema da conferência, Sites / Citações, Textos e Vozes na Biblioteconomia Crítica: Descolonizando as Bibliotecas e Arquivos. 

O meu treinamento profissional leva-me a introduzir referências selecionadas (s/cites), na esperança de facilitar discussões em torno de diferentes perspectivas. Uma base teórica na análise do “terceiro espaço” também me faz sentir confortável com diferentes experiências e percepções híbridas. Obrigada a todos que já apresentaram propostas que compartilham as suas experiências e percepções sobre diferentes sites e citações. Espero que as seguintes instruções incentivem-nos muitos mais a propor painéis, mesas-redondas, workshops, apresentações, rodas vivas e pop-ups que discutem como nossos processos de seleção, mercantilização, organização, descrição e assistência estruturam a pesquisa e o ensino sobre a América Latina, a Península Ibérica e o Caribe.

Explorações de perguntas como as seguintes serão bem-vindas:

  1. Como podemos usar interseções e espaços disputados para explorar como influenciamos o significado, a perspectiva e a reflexão crítica em nossas profissões?
  2. Como nossas descrições de recursos reforçam ou desafiam significados?
  3. Como podemos abordar as desigualdades de acesso a plataformas eletrônicas e as percepções errôneas sobre a disposição dos recursos globais?
  4. Como o “impacto” em nossas profissões promove ou dificulta o simbolismo de um lugar ou a aparência repetida de uma referência (ou falta dela)?
  5. Qual é o papel dos benchmarks profissionais padronizados na compilação de acervos, na catalogação e no desenvolvimento curricular?
  6. Como promovemos ou impedimos o empoderamento da informação e a igualdade de informação global em nosso trabalho?
  7. As práticas ou ferramentas alternativas de biblioteconomia e arquivamento podem promover acesso equitativo?
  8. Como as estruturas de financiamento atuais afetam nosso êxito ou fracasso?
  9. Como podemos estimular a reflexão crítica sobre a nossa profissão?

Proposal Instructions/ Instruciones para propuestas/ Instruções para propostas

Indicate your proposed format from the list below and send the respective information

To: Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu by
 
15 February 2018
 
With subject line: SALALM2018.colmex.
You will be notified of acceptance by 15 March 2018.

Indique el formato propuesto de la lista siguiente y envíe la información correspondiente
a Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu antes del
 
15 de febrero de 2018
 
Con el asunto: SALALM2018.colmex.
Los resultados se darán a conocer el 15 de marzo de 2018.
Indique o formato proposto da lista a seguir e envie a informação correspondente
A Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu antes do
 
15 de fevereiro de 2018
 
Com o assunto: SALALM2018.colmex.
Os resultados serão anunciados em 15 de março de 2018.
Workshops = Hands on interactive instruction and problem solving

Title

Names and affiliations of facilitators

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview: 250 words

Example of how this workshop addresses intersections or contested space:

Talleres = prácticos para ensenar y resolver problemas profesionales

Título

Nombres y afiliaciones de los facilitadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (ordenador y proyector/varios ordenadores)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este taller aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa:

Oficina prática = para ensinar e resolver problemas profissionais

Título

Nomes e afiliações de facilitadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 250 palavras

Exemplo de como esta oficina prática aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

RoundTable = Discussions of issues facilitated by varied participants

Title

Names and affiliations of facilitators

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview: 250 words

Example of how this roundtable addresses intersections or contested space:

Mesa Redonda = Discusión de temas facilitados por variados participantes

Título

Nombres y afiliaciones de los participantes

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta mesa redonda aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Mesa redonda = Discussão de tópicos fornecidos por vários participantes

Título

Nomes e afiliações dos participantes

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 250 palavras

Exemplo de como esta tabela redonda aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Multiple paper panels = 3-5 presenters offering (in 15-20 minutes) papers for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title Panel

Titles Individual Papers

Names and affiliations of presenters

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview of panel: 500 words

Example of how this panel addresses intersections or contested space:

Panel de papeles múltiples = 3-5 los presentadores con la intención de ofrecer (en 15-20 minutos) ensayos para publicación en los procedimientos de SALALM

Título del panel

Títulos de trabajos individuales

Nombres y afiliaciones de presentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 500 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este panel aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Painéis com múltiplas apresentações = 3-5 apresentadores com a intenção de oferecer (em 15-20 minutos) ensaios para publicação nos procedimentos da SALALM

Título do painel

Títulos de trabalhos individuais

Nomes e afiliações de apresentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 500 palavras

Exemplo de como esse painel aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Multiple Rodas Vivas = 5-7 presenters sharing (in 7 minutes or less) projects, problems, questions they address in their work. Photo essays of these Rodas Vivas can be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title Panel

Titles individual presentations

Names and affiliations of presenters

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview of panel: 250 words

Example of how this Roda Viva addresses intersections or contested space:

Paneles con múltiples rodas vivas = 5-7 presentadores compartiendo proyectos, problemas, preguntas de su trabajo en 7 minutos. Los ensayos fotográficos de estos Rodas Vivas pueden ser presentadas para publicación en los procedimientos de SALALM

Título de panel

Títulos de trabajos individuales

Nombres y afiliaciones de presentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo Roda Viva aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

<Painéis com várias rodas vivas = 5-7 apresentadores compartilhando projetos, problemas, perguntas de seu trabalho em 7 minutos. Ensaios fotográficos destes painéis podem ser apresentados para publicação nos procedimentos SALALM

Painel de título

Títulos de trabalhos individuais

Nomes e afiliações de apresentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 500 palavras

Exemplo de como esse painel aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Individual Roda Viva Presentations = 7-minute-presentation sharing work-related projects, problems and questions

Title of presentation

Name and affiliation of presenter

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract: 100 words

Example of how this Roda Viva address intersections or contested space:

Presentaciones individuales de Roda Viva = Presentaciones de 7 minutos para compartir proyectos, problemas y preguntas relacionados con el trabajo

Título

Nombre y afiliación de presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 100 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta roda viva aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Apresentação individual de Roda Viva = apresentações de 7 minutos para compartilhar projetos, problemas e questões relacionadas ao trabalho

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 100 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Individual Paper presentation = 15-20 minute-presentation of a paper that could be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title of presentation

Name and affiliation of presenter

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract: 150 words

Example of how this paper addresses intersections or contested space:

Presentaciones individuales de papel = presentación de 15-20 minutos de un ensayo que podría ser presentada para publicación en los procedimientos SALALM

Título

Nombre y afiliación de presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 150 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta presentación aborda las intersecciones espacios en disputa

Apresentação de papel individual = Apresentação de 15-20 minutos de um ensaio que poderia ser apresentado para publicação nos procedimentos SALALM

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 150 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa

Pop-ups –temporary visual or oral interventions offered in opportune spaces. Physical pieces can be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title

Name and affiliation of presenter/artist

Technology Requirements

Abstract: 100 words

Example of how this pop up addresses intersections or contested space:

Pop-ups –visual o auditiva temporal intervenciones ofrecidos en espacios oportunos

Título

Nombre y afiliación del presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos

Abstracto: 100 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este pop up aborda las intersecciones espacios en disputa:

 

Pop-ups – intervenções auditivas visuais ou temporárias oferecidas em espaços oportunos

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 150 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa

 

 

Suzanne M. Schadl, PhD
Associate Professor/Curator
Latin American Collections, UNM Libraries
President (2017-2018), Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials
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