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Co-Chairs: Eva Dimova (BC) * Ewa Dzurak (CSI)
Sheau-yueh Janey Chao (BB) * Ching-Jung Chen (CC) * Alex deLaszlo (LG)
Beth Evans (BC) * Jane Fitzpatrick (GC) * Kachuen Gee (LC)
Jessica Hernandez (LC) * Songqian Lu (NY) * Brian Lym (HC)
Kenneth Schlesinger (LC) * Zuwang Shen (BX) * Sharon Swacker (NY)


Mission * Annoucements * Minutes

Mission
Library Association of City University of New York (LACUNY) International Relations Roundtable (IRRT)'s objective is to provide a framework for information sharing among library faculty and staff interested in international librarianship activities. The LACUNY IRRT aims to increase communication among LACUNY members about international visits, exchanges and programs.


Announcements

LACUNY International Relations Roundtable (IRRT)
REFORMA Northeast Chapter
Centro de Estudios Puertorriquenos

Present an Open Forum with Dr. Eduardo Torres Cuevas, Director José Martí National Library of Cuba

Friday, November 6, 2009
2:30 - 4:00 PM
Hunter College Library

Click here for details (PDF)


We're pleased to announce that CUNY Libraries has set up a library faculty exchange with Shanghai University and Shanghai Normal Universities in Shanghai, China starting Spring 2010.

Five CUNY campuses [Baruch, Lehman, Queens, Staten Island, York] have agreed to host visiting Chinese faculty from these institutions.

In exchange, in Spring 2010 CUNY plans to send two library faculty to each institution for one-month Residencies. We invite and encourage Applications.

Please read the Instructions (PDF) for more specific information.

Then carefully complete the Application (RTF).

The Exchange Program is open to all CUNY library faculty, regardless of campus affiliation or years of service. You will need to demonstrate expertise in a service or administrative area.

Applications [including copy of your CV] are due December 15, 2009. You will need the approval and signature of your Chief Librarian.

The Screening Committee will notify you of your Candidacy by January 15, 2010. However, all Applicants face final approval from our Chinese hosts.

For more information about Shanghai Universities:

Shanghai University and Libraries:
http://www.shu.edu.cn/en/indexEn.htm
http://www.lib.shu.edu.cn/englishver/index.htm

Shanghai Normal University: http://wwwen.shnu.edu.cn/en/index_en.jsp

Please contact Chief Librarian Kenneth Schlesinger for details

View Director Wu's October 23, 2009 presentation to CUNY librarians

Minutes

April 2009 (PDF)

 

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