Web Team Recruitment Meeting! Tuesday Dec. 4, BIL319 4pm

December 3, 2007 on 4:34 pm | In Student Info, Events | No Comments

Are you interested in all kinds of digital technology?  Do you want teaching experience?  Do you want to be involved in behind-the-scenes web action?  Do you just want to hang with the coolest kids in town? :)

Then JOIN THE WEB TEAM!!

We will be having an information / recruitment session in BILGER 319 on Dec. 4th (THIS TUESDAY) at 4pm.

Please stop on by to hear a little bit about who we are and what we do.  If you’re interested, you can join immediately and start helping us plan all our great activities for next year!

Thanks, and see you there.

SAA-SC Shangri La Project, Dec 8th 10-1pm

December 3, 2007 on 4:25 pm | In Events | No Comments

Hello LISers!
On Saturday, December 8th the Society of Amercian Archivists Student Chapter is going to volunteer our services to Shangri La,
one of the most beautiful places in Honolulu. He will be rehousing their music collection. The project will be from 10-1, it may end
early. If you are interested in participating please respond to this email, and include your name and whether or not you will need
or can give a ride. Please respond soon!
Cheers,
SAA-SC

Where: Shangri La
When: 12/8/07 10:00-1:00
Who: SAA-SC+anyone who wants to help this amazing house/museum!
Why: Because we are giving back!!!

“Happy Hour” at Bale! Dec 6th 4-6pm

December 3, 2007 on 4:25 pm | In Events | No Comments

After the end of the semester crunch, get ready to munch! ALA-SC along with SLA is hosting a “Happy Hour” at Bale on Dec. 6th from 4 pm-6 pm. Fee pupus will be served!

If you are interested please let me know. Also, let me know if a different time would work better.

Thank you, and keep on truckin’,

ALA-SC

SLA-ASIST

Graduate Research Assistantship, Online Community Management (hnlc.org)

December 3, 2007 on 4:23 pm | In Job Postings | No Comments

The Department of Information and Computer Sciences has an
opening for a graduate research assistantship beginning January
208. Candidates must be enrolled in a UH Manoa graduate program
at that time. The successful candidate will provide online
community management services for Hawai`i Networked Learning
Communities (HNLC). The position is presently funded by the
Hawai`i Department of Education. Compensation for this half time
(20 hours/week) position includes pay at the standard graduate
student rate and a tuition waiver. For more information about
HNLC, see http://www.hnlc.org.

Duties may include the following: Handle account requests and
create workspaces as needed.  Edit content (stories and unit
plans) for publication.  Solicit and/or write news stories and
post these to the community web site.  Identify educational
content relevant to Hawai`i teachers (lesson plans, unit plans,
and other resources), and enter descriptions of these in a
resource database.  Seek out partners that have appropriate
resources, recruiting their membership in hnlc.org, and
facilitating their posting of services and resources. Conduct or
assist in conducting teacher training workshops on the use of
hnlc.org.

Minimum qualifications include English skills (speaking,
listening, writing and editing); ability to work effectively with
teachers and other DOE staff; ability to conduct training
workshops; familiarity with common office software and
communications software; and willingness to be trained on using
new software interfaces. Desirable qualifications include web
editing experience, experience working with educators, flexible
schedule, and/or interest in studying online communities.
Training in the use of hnlc.org and associated tools will be
provided as needed.

Please send applications or inquiries to Dan Suthers
(suthers [at] hawaii [dot] edu).  Applications should include a vita,
statement of interest, and two to three references with email
addresses and telephone numbers.  Applications will be accepted
until the position is filled. For full consideration, submit your
application by December 9th, 2007.

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