ALA Personal Leadership Resources
ACRL Members: see "Poster session alphabet soup," by Brenda Hazard. This A-Z guide to creating a successful poster session experience was published in C&RL News, July/August 2006, volume 67, No. 7.
ALA resources for mentoring & recruitment efforts
Conference attendance tips and helpful hints.
This episode of the serial English Journal discusses various aspects of mentoring. While the articles are aimed at English teachers, several of the entries discuss mentoring more generally.
An annotated list of recent articles on the topic of mentoring in an academic library.
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) presents 3 a video podcast series delivering advice from school library leaders onquestions about school libraries today and in the future.
This page presents information and resources to help you learn more about these transformative experiences whether you wish to mentor or be the mentee.
Since many student positions make them the public face of the library, effective mentoring of such student employees is vital. In this book Reale explores the challenges and opportunities involved in recruitment.
Noted reference librarian and researcher Lee offers librarians at all levels both her experience and her ideas about establishing a formal mentoring process at the library.
Pay it Forward is a unique guide in which two partners in a mentoring relationship describe the benefits to each partner and to the profession in forming a mentoring partnership.