Posts Tagged ‘workshop

03
Mar
14

Resume Workshop This Wednesday, March 5

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Looking for your first professional job or library internship?

Then come to our

Resume Workshop

Wednesday, March 5, 2013

Room 337

NCCU SLIS, Shepard Library

Bring your questions and your resumes!

SLIS Students and Alums Welcome!

Panelists

Tiffany Allen, Head of UNC-Chapel Hill Library Human Resources

Terry Hill, Deputy Director, Durham (NC) County Library

Rich Murray, Metadata Librarian and Catalog Librarian, Duke University Libraries

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24
Mar
13

Q-Theory Workshop Set for April 13, 2013, at James Shepard Library, NCCU

Q-Theory Workshop

Saturday, April 13, 2013

James Shepard Library, Room 337
9 am – 3 pm

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Registration

Q Methodology is a research method used to study people’s viewpoints on a particular topic. This workshop will include an introduction to Q methodology and theory, along with a hands-on actualization of the Q research process. The actualization will include:

The concourse: gathering value statements about the research question from respondents, and the Q sort: the sorting process of the value statements into a ranking order from agree to disagree.

Q-Theory Workshop will be held at North Carolina Central University in James Shepard Library on the 3rd floor, Room 337
Bring your laptop and please join us for an interactive workshop.

Lunch will be provided.

Sign up for this informative workshop! See you there!

15
Oct
12

Upcoming Event: Resume Workshop

Resume Workshop

First impressions are important to getting that dream library job. Make yours count by attending our resume workshop!