Professional Development Committee
Investigates, evaluates, and develops methods for delivering continuing education programs at the society, chapter, and regional level; assembles information on professional learning opportunities in the field of art and visual resources librarianship, including internships and workshops, for distribution to society membership; with the society's Open Access Coordinator, manages and shares open-access content created by society members about the profession; support targeted populations for professional development; advises society groups on developing standards, guidelines, and assessment of professional development opportunities; and oversees and reports on activities and initiatives of constituent subcommittees as established by the Executive Board.
The PDC Bulletin, a quarterly update, is compiled by the Professional Development Committee (PDC) to spread the word about professional development resources and opportunities for art information professionals. Your input is welcome. If you have something to share, please contact the committee.
The Committee oversees the Internship List, which features paid and unpaid internships in Art, Architecture, & Design Libraries and Visual Resource Centers throughout North America.
ARLIS/NA Mentoring Programs
The Mentoring Subcommittee maintains ARLIS/NA’s formal mentoring programs, including the Year-long Mentoring Program and the Conference Guides Program. Refer to the Mentoring Subcommittee page for more information.
ARLIS/NA Commons and ARLIS/NA Kaltura Channel
Formerly known as the Learning Portal, the ARLIS/NA Commons and the Kaltura Channel are open access repositories of professional development events and resources produced by ARLIS/NA members. The Education Subcommittee partners with the ARLIS/NA Open Access Coordinator and the Commons Manager to develop and manage recorded content from a variety of sources, including annual conference sessions, webinars, Lunchtime Chats, and other Society-driven content focus on current issues most important to the art library community in a rapidly changing collections, services and technology-driven environment.
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Webinars and Lunchtime Chats
The Education Subcommittee develops and hosts webinars and lunchtime chats on a diverse range of topics important to art information professionals. Webinar recordings and chat transcripts are made available on ARLIS/NA's Kaltura Channel. Members can also organize a webinar or virtual meeting.
Email the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a member of the committee per the list below.