Wednesday, May 06, 2009

CASLIS Librarian Mentoring Program

The Canadian Association of Special Libraries and Information Services (CASLIS) has launched a new mentoring program and is now accepting applications.

CASLIS is a division of the Canadian Library Association.

The program will pair mentors or trusted advisors with new librarians or library technicians with the goal of providing professional development, growth, and support.

Earlier Library Boy posts about mentoring include:
  • Mentors and Mentees in Librarianship (May 24, 2007): "The most recent issue of the British information industry newsletter FreePint has an article by Australian business researcher Heather Carine on 'Mentors and Mentees: Structuring a Professional Relationship'."
  • Law Librarian Mentoring Program (March 11, 2009): "The Education Committee of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) has launched a mentoring program (...) The Kick-Off Reception for the program will take place at the CALL Conference in Halifax on Saturday, May 23, 2009."

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