Everyday Job Description - Week #1

Published on 12/22,2009


1.ITS consulting w/Xiaoai Ren
understand the task of ITS and what kind of problems they should solve.
2.Marketing, blog, slides w/Elaine Lasda Bergman
understand the Dewey's marketing policy and how to use wiki platform to help students at home.
understand how LibGuides help librarians to learn new technology.
3.Social work, social welfare, gerontology  w/Elaine Lasda Bergman
understand how to use these resources and collections to do researches.
4.Legal research w/Dick Irving
learn about the law system of United State.
take a tour round Dewey Library.
5.Reference (criminal justice sources, e-mail ref, UA delivery) w/Mary Jane Brustman
learn about how to use criminal justice resources, e-mail reference and ILLiad.
learn about different works of SUNY libraries.


1.interlibray loan & UA delivery :understand how ILL & UA delivery operate and learn about ILLiad system
2.conducting research online workshop w/Deborah Bernnard: join the workshop about educating patrons to use online resources to search information they need.
3.public services forum: learn about how ref librarians  use the sheet of read scale to identify the degree of ref questions. Understand how to use Westlaw database.


1.take class "academic library & higher education" Professor Frank at Draper Hall 303
2.check-in with Intrn'l Student Office


no class (professor is out of town)


1.Dewey library blog critique: use Dewey library blog and give some opinions about blog improvements.
2.information studies sources w/Deborah Bernnard: learn about how to use different kinds of library & information sources.


Everyday Job Description - Week #1