hiring

New Project Cataloging Assistant hired

We’re pleased to announce that Jennifer Dunlap has joined our project staff as a full-time Project Cataloging Assistant.  We closed the part-time position without filling it, and plan to post another full-time position at the end of August.

Symposium, part II

The CLIR Hidden Collections Program Symposium was a successful experience — in terms of our presentation of the French pamphlet project, as well as what we were able to learn from the other participants and speakers.  It was gratifying to…

CLIR Hidden Collections Program Symposium

Jennifer and I will attend the CLIR Hidden Collections Program Symposium in Washington, D.C., March 29-30.  The program looks good, promising to provide speakers, and break-out sessions in which we’ll get to hear how others have or will be managing…

Everything you wanted to know about cataloging…

It’s been interesting to see the type of candidates that have applied for the Project Cataloging Assistant positions, and interesting to see which of those candidates have been offered positions and have accepted them.  Perhaps having to do with the…

Parlez-vous français—vraiment?

To catalog this many pamphlets efficiently and accurately in the allotted time of the grant, we need to be able to select Project Cataloging Assistants with a real ability to read and comprehend French well enough to be able to…

Kate Swisher Hired as Project Cataloging Assistant

Today we hired our first Project Cataloging Assistant! Kate Swisher has accepted our offer for a full-time position with the CLIR French Pamphlet Project. Kate was a finalist for another position in our department but, because of her French language…

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