The LAUC-LA Committee for Mentoring produced an annotated bibliography for poster presentation presenters:
Reports from 2010-11 to current are available in Box.
Documentation that is no longer current but is considered important to archive (e.g., charges from previous years, reports that may not be archived on the main LAUC-LA website) can be retained here.
Programs/Information Session Planning Procedures
Organize informational sessions in support of the Committee's goals to "support the professional development of LAUC-LA librarians" and to "create a forum for learning opportunities that will enhance librarians' knowledge regarding LAUC-LA's role." Informational sessions can be either formal programs or informal sessions (such as brown bags).
Ideally, plan at least two informational sessions a year.
Who Can Organize the Sessions?
For planning informational sessions--whether formal or informal--the Mentoring Committee has two options:
If Option 2 is taken, do the following:
1. Avoid Scheduling Conflicts:
Avoid scheduling conflicts with other LAUC events. Check the LAUC-LA Handbook calendar to make sure that there are no other LAUC events scheduled during the desired timeslot.
2. Book the Venue:
Work with Leslie McMichael (or someone else) to book a room for the session. Leslie McMichael is the contact person for booking rooms like the YRL Presentation Room and the WEC.
3. Notify the Membership:
Once a date has been finalized:
4. Plan the Event: