International Librarianship Webinars Posted

Did you miss one or both of the sessions? Don’t worry, they’re both archived here so you can listen anytime!

Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States

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Are you interested in finding a job in library and information science outside of North America? Are you curious about what it’s like to live and work in a different culture? If so, please check out the ELIME and Libraries Thriving hosted online panel discussions below! Our panelists represent an incredible variety of experiences, and have worked all over the world from Switzerland to Azerbaijan to Japan.

Session 1 Panelists

Daphne Flanagan, University Librarian
American University of Sharjah
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Jeff Gima, Director
AMICAL Consortium / American University of Paris
Paris, France

Casey Grimmer, Supervisory Librarian
Torii Station Library, US Army
Okinawa, Japan

Catherine Marsicek, Information Resource Officer
U.S. Embassy Cairo, Public Affairs
Cairo, Egypt

Session 2 Panelists

Tracy Havlin, Senior Clinical Planning Consultant, Library Services
Sidra Medical & Research Center
Doha, Qatar

Madeline Mundt, Instructional Services Librarian
Franklin College Switzerland
Lugano, Switzerland

Carolyn Runyon, Digital Collections Archivist
American University in Cairo Rare Books and Special Collections Library
Cairo, Egypt

Martha A. Speirs, Dean, Library and Information Services
Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy
Baku, Azerbaijan