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Later this month, about 60 Southern California faculty will assemble at a long rectangular table, pitching research ideas to other faculty they may have never even met before.In the style of speed dating, faculty will move across the table in a round-robin fashion, taking just a few minutes to chat before moving on to talk to other faculty.If you've never speed dated before, here's how it works: Girls sit facing the guys.You have 3 minutes to talk to the person across from you and get to know them.At the past International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) conference I saw a few posters of IMLS funded projects.Nicole Cooke’s poster, “The Spectrum Doctoral Fellowship Program: Investigating the Present to Prepare for the Future,” covered what it’s like as 12 Ph. students prepare for their future as library professionals.By Michele Farrell Senior Library Program Officer, IMLS I love poster sessions.I can see what new ideas are being tried and have a quick word with the researcher.
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Nicole is a doctoral candidate in the Library and Information Science Department at Rutgers University. Maureen White, Associate Professor of Literacy, Language and Library Science, at the University of Houston Clear Lake, was there too and her poster, “The Leadership Train! Collaborative School Librarian Training Grant,” illustrated how you can work collaboratively with your principal and also help underprivileged students get the research skills they need to succeed in life.
In my previous position, as a college library director, I had the opportunity to work with the principal and the English teachers of the high school located on our college campus.