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WESS Recruitment to the Profession Committee

ALA Annual Meeting 2009

MEETING AGENDA

WHEN: Saturday, July 11, 2009 8-10 a.m.
WHERE: Chicago, IL; PALM Sandburg 5 (double check schedule for changes)

Chair: Elisabeth Pankl epankl@ksu.edu for George I. Paganelis (absent)

AGENDA ITEMS

  1. Introductions (need volunteer to take minutes) -- 5 min.
  2. Announcements -- 5 min.
  3. Recruitment Committee Web site (wiki) on WESSWeb: http://wessweb.info/index.php/Academic_Librarianship_%26_Foreign_Languages_Recruitment_Page -- 15 min.
  4. Job Shadowing Program -- 15 min.
  5. Liaising with other scholarly groups and ALA units -- 15 min.
  6. Personal/local recruitment efforts -- 15 min.
  7. Recruitment promotional video -- 20 min.
  8. ACRL funding of two WESS members to present on recruitment at learned society meetings -- 10 min.
  9. New/other business -- 10 min.
  10. Action items/tasks by Midwinter 2010 -- 10 min.


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