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Webinar: Intro to [Blank] Librarianship
June 4 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
How much do you know about all the different fields of librarianship? If you’re looking to learn more about what your colleagues in these different fields do, are thinking about making a change in your career, or are just starting your career and need more information, then we invite you to hear from our panel of librarians!
We’ll be hearing from public, hospital, school, and academic librarians! Together we’ll talk about their experience applying for their job, what a “typical” day looks like, what prepared them most for their experiences, and more.
If you have specific questions you’d like the panel to answer please email them to Rebecca Kluberdanz at email@example.com.
About the Panelists:
B. Maggie Foster is the Community Engagement and Adult Programming Coordinator at Liverpool Public Library, located in Liverpool, NY. In her role as coordinator and librarian, she is responsible for outreach and programming services to the local community. These services include monthly programs and book deliveries to senior residences, offsite programs with community businesses, visits to schools with the LPL2Go Book Bike, and so much more! Maggie received her MLIS in August 2013, from the iSchool at Syracuse University, and her Public Librarian License from NYS in December 2013. She has worked in libraries since her high school days, and has experience as a research assistant in an archival setting as well as a medical library, in addition to time spent in Children and Teen Services. When not being the Loud Librarian, Maggie spends her free time with her husband and three beautiful children.
Sarah Lawler is a Clinical Outreach Librarian at the Upstate Health Sciences Library. She provides library services to patients, family members, nurses, doctors, and staff at the Upstate Cancer Center, as well as to nurses in the oncology unit in the hospital. She leads the Health@CLRC service. Additionally, she offers outreach services to the Central New York community, and reference services to the entire Upstate Medical University community, including academics. Sarah also has experience as a public librarian.
Sue Kowalski is the librarian at Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse. She is passionate about being a connector between people, ideas, resources and opportunities. She is actively involved in the regional, State, and National level with the impact of librarians as leaders.
Tarida Anantachai is the Lead Librarian of the Learning Commons at the Syracuse University Libraries, where she also serves as the liaison to her campus’ international student services center, English Language Institute, and Office of Multicultural Affairs. Her research interests include diversity, equity, and inclusion; early career development and mentoring; and outreach programming. Tarida was an ALA Emerging Leader, is an alumna of the Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians, and is currently a fellow in the ARL Leadership and Career Development Program. Tarida received her MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
**All participants will have the option to request a certificate of attendance for one hour and 30 minutes of CE credit.