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REGISTER TODAY for this 5-week CERTIFICATE Audio Conference
" Project Management for Libraries"
with Mary Auckland
This five-week workshop explores the elements of successful project
management and how projects might best be planned, implemented, and
monitored. Members of the workshop will be encouraged to participate and
to share their own experience and knowledge.
Begins Monday, November 6th, 2006 (See structure below)
2:00 PM ET 11:00 AM PT
Structure of Course
Week 1: Audio conference. November 6th
Week 2: Assignment to be completed and discussed via e-mail with
Week 3: Audio conference. November 20th
Week 4: Assignment to be completed and discussed via e-mail with
Week 5: Audio conference. December 4th
REGISTER AT www.THEPARTNERSHIP.CA and scroll down to the 'Education
This course provides tools and strategies for managing projects in a
library or information environment. It enables participants to:
* Manage projects more successfully
* Feel more confident about their own project management skills
* Learn from others experience
Who Should Participate?
This course is aimed at anyone responsible for managing a project
within their library or information organization.
Key Topics You Will Explore
* Key factors related to successful project management
* Methodologies and tools
* Proven techniques for managing projects in an information service or
* Examples and case studies
* Tips for managing projects
Member: $189.00 + GST
Non-Member: $239.00 + GST
REGISTER AT www.thepartnership.ca. Scroll to Education Institute and
click on this course!
About the presenter.....
Mary Auckland is currently a consultant. Most recently she was the
Director of Library and Learning Resources at University of the Arts
London in the UK. The University brings together in a single federated
structure five of the world's most prestigious Colleges for art and
design and related activities. Previously, Mary was Librarian at the
School of Oriental and African Studies, and held senior posts at the
University of Southampton Library, and the British Library of Political
and Economic Science (London School of Economics).
Mary is a Chartered Librarian, and was a member of the Council of the
UK Library Association for nine years, during which time she chaired
Council for three years. Mary has degrees in anthropology, and
industrial relations and personnel management. In 2002, she was awarded
an OBE (Order of the British Empire) for her services to librarianship
in the Queen's Birthday Honours list, and made an Honorary Fellow of the
Chartered Institute of Library and information Professionals. She is a
member of the British Council's Knowledge and information Advisory
Committee, and has chaired the JISC's Committee on Electronic
Information's Content Working Group.
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