Poynter Online - Journalism Libraries Bibliography This list includes links to journalism libraries/research centers as well as other sites with journalism library 2004 45350 PM journalism libraries Bibliography. 1/15/2004 9 http://www.poynter.org/content/content_view.asp?id=1202
Poynter Online - Resource Center Broadcast Journalism. ComputerAssisted Reporting. Crime Coverage Investigative Reporting. Journalism History. journalism libraries. Media Credibility. Media Ethics http://www.poynter.org/resource_center
MU Academic Position Announcements: C23682 The University of MissouriColumbia Libraries is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Division Head, journalism libraries. http://web.missouri.edu/~facjobs/libraries/c23682.htm
Extractions: MU Libraries Librarian III/IV (c23682) Description: The University of Missouri-Columbia Libraries is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Division Head, Journalism Libraries. Responsible for planning, directing and administering the programs of the Journalism Library and the Newspaper Library. Work closely with faculty, students, and staff of the Missouri School of Journalism to provide integrated library service in support of the mission of the school. Provide reference service, select new materials for the library collection, develop and direct instruction program and promote information resources in electronic format. Carry out MU Libraries' goals and objectives; serve on library and university committees; participate in fundraising and development activities. This position reports to the Director of Libraries. Minimum Qualifications: Masters in library science or advanced specialty degree in information science, journalism, or social science subject area, with evidence of strength in information access and management. Minimum of six years professional experience in a library, journalism, or similar environment with responsibilities to include instruction, technology management, and public service. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong service orientation; demonstrated expertise in library technology applications including web site design and management; ability to market library services; demonstrated creativity and initiative. Documentation of experience in formal presentations before diverse groups of people. Strong supervisory skills.
General Links Center. journalism libraries. Columbia University Journalism Library; Indiana University Journalism Library; Morning Star News Library; http://www.journalismjobs.com/Resources.cfm
Extractions: Resource Guide FACSNET Journalism Resources and Education ... Webgator.org Journalism Training Newspapers, TV and Radio Media Centers Journalism Libraries Columbia University Journalism Library Indiana University Journalism Library Morning Star News Library NAB Library and Information Center ... University of Wisconsin-Madison Job Seekers: Post a Resume Job Notification Job Seeker Folder
Position Announcement Head, journalism libraries. Responsible for planning, directing and administering the programs of the Journalism Library and the Newspaper Library. http://www.gwla.org/jobs/um-journalism.html
ALA | Head, Journalism Libraries HEAD, journalism libraries. The University of Missouri (MU) Libraries invites applications from individuals for the position of Head, journalism libraries. http://www.ala.org/ala/acrlbucket/candrlnews/caropps/march2004/HeadJournalismLib
Extractions: ALA American Library Association Search ALA Contact ALA ... Login Quicklinks Career Opportunities Chapters CHOICE Committees Directory of Leadership e-Learning Forms Information Literacy Marketing @ your library Publications Catalog RBM Recruiting to the Profession Scholarly Communication Sections Tipsheets University of Missouri-Columbia The University of Missouri (MU) Libraries invites applications from individuals for the position of Head, Journalism Libraries. Responsible for planning, directing, and administering the programs of the Journalism Library and the Newspaper Library; work closely with faculty, students, and staff of the Missouri School of Journalism to provide integrated library service in support of the mission of the school; provide reference service; select new materials for the library collection; develop and direct instruction programs; promote information resources in electronic format; carry out MU libraries' goals and objectives; serve on library and university committees; and participate in fundraising and development activities. This position reports to the Director of Libraries. Additional details about the position can be accessed at: http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/admin/employopp.htm
ALA | Mar017 Head, journalism libraries University of MissouriColumbia Libraries. The MU Libraries invites applications from individuals for the position of head http://www.ala.org/ala/education/empopps/careerleadsb/alonlinejobads/mar017.html
Extractions: RESPONSIBLE FOR planning, directing, and administering the programs of the journalism library and the newspaper library. Work closely with faculty, students, and staff of the Missouri School of Journalism to provide integrated library service in support of the mission of the school. Provide reference service, select new materials for the library collection, develop and direct instruction programs, and promote information resources in electronic format. Carry out MU libraries' goals and objectives; serve on library and university committees; and participate in fundraising and development activities. This position reports to the director of libraries.
Extractions: Select Arizona Asia (Hong Kong) Atlanta Chicago Florida Hawaii Los Angeles New England New York Philadelphia Portland Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Bay Area Seattle Texas Washington, D.C. Camp AAJA J Camp Executive Leadership Program Fellowships ... Job Resources Journalism Links Awards LINK CATEGORIES Journalism Centers
News Library Jobs And Internships Petersburg Times 490 First Avenue South St. Petersburg, FL. 33701. Head, journalism librariesUniversity of MissouriColumbia (02/20/04). http://www.ibiblio.org/slanews/jobs/jobs.html
Extractions: Job Openings Internship Openings Last updated 05/18/04 Position available in small library at a weekly magazine in New York. Candidate should have MLS or be enrolled in library school. Interest in entertainment news and pop culture a must. Responsibilities will include answering reference questions from editorial staff, updating in-house databases, and light cataloging. Heavy use of Nexis. Salary is 33k to mid 40k depending on experience, plus overtime. No weekends but you will be expected to work very late approximately three days a month. Email resume to email@example.com Rachel Sapienza New York, NY 10019 The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) has an immediate opening for an experienced Manager for our Information Resource Center, which is located at MSNBC Plaza in Secaucus, NJ. This position entails the following key responsibilities: Manage InfoCenter staff and resources to provide a broad range of information services to a diverse clientele, including journalists and corporate executives.
Journalism Resources On The Web about journalism, tip sheets, news research sites, journalism schools and professional organizations, foundations, journalism jobs, and journalism libraries. http://www.library.arizona.edu/library/teams/sst/jour/web/resources.html
Extractions: Lots of links to Web-based resources for reporters, created and maintained by Bill Dedman, an editor for the Chicago Sun-Times and writer for the New York Times. Includes sections on finding people, search tools, reference shelf, beat by beat, government info, company research, and nonprofit research. Poynter Online
LibraryWeb Home Page Maintains specialized collections related to area studies, architecture and art, biology, chemistry, business and economics, history and humanities, geology and geoscience, health sciences, law, journalism, and other areas. Research affiliations Association of American Universities, Association of Research libraries, Center for Research libraries, Research Library Group. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/
Extractions: Weekdays. Arts Journal surveys 180 English-language newspapers, magazines and publications featuring writing about arts and culture, and provides direct links to the most interesting or important stories. Archives provide links to stories still available on the Web, summaries of stories, with date and source, for those which are no longer available.
Extractions: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org BRIEF DESCRIPTION University Archives and Special Collections, a department of the University of Regina Library, preserves the academic and cultural heritage of the University of Regina. To meet this mandate, the Archives collects records originating from or relating to the University, its faculty, staff, and students, from the inception of Regina College in 1911 to the present day. In addition, the Archives collects private papers in the areas of visual arts, journalism, and Saskatchewan literature which support existing teaching programs. Special Collections contains published materials that are rare, valuable, or have particular cultural and historical importance. Canadian publications before 1900 and all other imprints before 1800 are included, as are books of bibliographic significance published after 1800. Many pre-1900 Canadian items are also available on microfiche in the CIHM collection in the Micromaterials room.
Extractions: @libraries.cul.columbia.edu About Staff ... Services Journalism Library Resources Guides to Research Bibliographies Guides Biography ... Stylebooks This is a selective guide to reference sources in the field of journalism. All are located in the Lehman Library Reference Collection unless another area is given. Electronic resources marked with a are accessible only to current Columbia University affiliates. Caswell, Lucy Shelton (1989). Guide to sources in American journalism history
AUBG Freedom Forum Journalism Library The Freedom Forum journalism Library is part of the News libraries Program of the Freedom Forum Foundation International Division. http://www.aubg.bg/fforum/
Extractions: AUBG Freedom Forum Journalism Library The Library organizes the training program for journalists in Internet, information retrieval and research, selecting resources in view of users research needs, providing exposure to e-mail based distance reference service and many others. There is no charge for using any resource in the library. We invite you to explore our services through our web site, and to contact us with any questions or comments. Hours Monday - Friday: 8 am - 12am; 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Saturday, Sunday: Closed Contact Information Freedom Forum Journalism Library American University in Bulgaria Pl. G. Izmirliev N 1 2700 Blagoevgrad Bulgaria E-mail: Toshka@aubg.bg Toshka Borisova Journalism Library Coordinator Tel.: 359 - 73 - 88354 Fax: 359 - 73 - 88337 Visual Journalism