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Feedback for Metadata Design, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Metadata Design, taught by Grace Agnew. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for HTML, CSS, and the DOM, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of HTML, CSS, and the DOM, taught by Jason Bengtson. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Easy Patron Surveys, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Easy Patron Surveys, taught by Jennifer Sweeney. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Introduction to Readers’ Advisory, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Introduction to Readers’ Advisory, taught by Jessica Moyer. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Beginning Programming in Python, Part I, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Beginning Programming in Python, Part I, taught by Anthony Castelletto. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and Xquery, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and Xquery, taught by Robert Chavez. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Developing a Website Content Strategy, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Developing a Website Content Strategy, taught by Rebecca Blakiston. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Marketing the Library in the 21st Century, September 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed September 2014 session of Marketing the Library in the 21st Century, taught by Debra Lucas-Alfieri. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Our booth at ALA Midwinter in Chicago

We’re attending ALA Midwinter 2015 in Chicago, and we hope to meet you there. You can find us in the exhibits hall at booth 1532. This is Litwin Books, Library Juice Press, and Library Juice Academy. And Auslander & Fox, let’s not forget that fun imprint. See you in Chicago!

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News for September

September 2014

We have a few updates to share for this month.

The first item of news is something you’ll be happy about if you’re newly on the job market and want to take our classes to enhance your resume. We’re offering a 20% discount to new professionals and grad students, intended for people who aren’t with an institution that would pay for their courses. To get this discount, enter the promo code ROOKIE at checkout.

In other news, we are working on a refresh to our website, and also planning on making improvements to our Moodle interface. If you have used our course interface and have specific suggestions on how it could be improved, please share them by writing to rory@libraryjuiceacademy.com.

A year ago we announced a six-course series on library management that we had to cancel before it started, due to unforeseen changes in the instructor’s circumstances. I am happy to announce that we have again scheduled this series, as the Certificate in Library Management. Deborah Schmidle developed these courses, and we are very happy to be working with her again. She is extremely well qualified to teach this course series, as you may already be aware, as she has been prominent in the field of organizational change for many years. The courses in this program can be taken separately, out of sequence, or as a series for the certificate. The courses start next March. For more information, see: http://libraryjuiceacademy.com/certificate-management.php

Finally, some quick news about new courses and courses scheduled for repeat.

New courses

Backward Design for Information Literacy Instruction: Fostering Critical Habits of Mind through Learning Outcomes, Assessment, and Sequencing, in January-February with Andrea Baer

Online Instructional Design and Delivery, in February-March with Mimi O’Malley

Introduction to Digital Humanities for Librarians, in March with John Russell

Repeated courses

January

Embedded Librarianship in Online Courses, with Mimi O’Malley

Student Staff Development, with Jeremy McGinniss

Marketing the Library in the 21st Century, with Debra Lucas-Alfieri

February

Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction, with Maria Accardi

Digital Scholarship: New Metrics, New Modes, with Marcus Banks

March

Crash Course in Library Management, with Debra Lucas-Alfieri

Patent Searching, with Martin Wallace

New Directions in Information Literacy: Growing Our Teaching Practices, with Andrea Baer

Research Data Management, with Jillian Wallis

April

Game-Based Learning in Library Instruction, with Scott Rice

May

The Sustainability Movement on Campus: Forming a Library Action Plan for Engagement, with Madeleine Charney

That’s the news for September. Watch this space next month for more updates.

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Feedback for Crash Course in Library Management

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed August 2014 session of Crash Course in Library Management, taught by Debra Lucas-Alfieri. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Preparing to Program, August 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed August 2014 session of Preparing to Program, taught by Tony Castelletto. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Research Data Management, August 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed August 2014 session of Research Data Management, taught by Jillian Wallis. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Writing for the Web, August 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed August 2014 session of Writing for the Web, taught by Nicole Capdarest and Rebecca Blakiston. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Student Staff Development, August 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed August 2014 session of Student Staff Development, taught by Jeremy McGinniss. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!